Students display art work at exhibition in Bath

Millfield’s art scholars recently gathered for a fantastic exhibition at Studio 44AD in Bath to showcase their work.

The artwork displayed was based around the 17 sustainable goals set out by the United Nations. The students work explored themes of climate change, poverty and reduced inequalities. Pieces from the student-lead sustainability fashion show earlier in the year were displayed, which was fantastic for the students to see. The impressive collection consisted of unconventional materials including bubble wrap, jewellery and old clothing.

Current and former students had their work on display. Current students included Bella Banaszkiewicz, Eleanor Davies, Emma Gooding, Lilly Hawkins, Zoe Holloway, Jeannie Jackson, Euan Kasekende, Gerard McGrady, India-Rose Owen, Sophie Pace, Kizzi Reed, Tottie Taylor, Charlotte Tilney and Louis Watson.

Former students included Will Smith, Maria Elliott, Emile Braibant, Sofia Rovda, Noah Lindsell-Hollings, Sara Rizvi and Ellie Lace.

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