Students hold own private view at the National Portrait Gallery

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Students hold own private view at the National Portrait Gallery

An Exhibition at the National Portrait gallery has been inspiring young Londoners to create their own art work. 

Hearing impaired students from Wandsworth's Oak Lodge, and children with autism from the Drumbeat school have been involved.

The project involves artist-led creative workshops and Gallery visits focused on the current exhibit of the critically acclaimed Giacometti: Pure Presence.

We went along for the private view of their work. 

The programme was sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Andrea Sullivan explained why they got involved.




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