Last chance to catch art exhibition at What If? gallery in Dartford

PUBLISHED: 15:22 01 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:22 01 March 2013

Students with their art work

Students with their art work


Young artists from North West Kent College had their work praised by Dartford Mayor Anne Allen during a visit to the What If? gallery in High Street last week.

The students curated the show under the guidance of their lecturer Alex Graham and have funded it themselves, with the majority of work up for sale.

The exhibition closes at 5pm tomorrow so hurry along to see the paintings and photographs and maybe pick up a masterpiece.


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