Over the last few days of June, the prestigious venue held host to an outstanding display of sixth form artwork, as a way to commemorate the importance of the arts.
Sixth form students from across the country were asked to consider how Art, Science and Technology have been used in conjunction by the early pioneers of aeronautics, and how this might still be of relevance today.
Some truly stunning work from Hills Road students, Anna Christophersen, Max Johns, Catherine Needs and Alicja Emmans, was on show at the exhibition.
Anna said “It was a truly impressive event with the works of all the participating schools being of such a high standard. It was great to see my work up on display along with the other pieces submitted by Hills Road students in such a beautiful location.”
The students were selected to feature and represent the College as a part of this National celebration of artistic excellence within sixth form education.