The first Sussex Festival of Art takes place at the Thomas Peacocke Community College on Friday and Saturday the 16 & 17 July.
The work of over thirty artists including Rye’s Own Louis Turpin will be represented.
This exhibition will celebrate a wide range of Sussex art work and will also benefit the Thomas Peacocke. The college has experienced some difficult times in recent years but is now fast becoming a centre of learning in which its community can feel proud. The College recently received an excellent report from Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Schools and is planning a vibrant and exciting future. Funds raised from the exhibition will be spent on improving facilities which will benefit both the scool and local community. The college is keen to promote the Arts and is grateful to the many Sussex artists who are exhibiting.
The College’s newly formed Parents and Friends Group has organised the festival on a grand scale demonstrating the high level of commitment that the families and local community have fo r the college. The Festival Exhibition is open on Friday 1 6 J u ly from 6pm. to 10pm. and the following day from 10am to 5pm.
From “Rye’s Own “July 2004
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