AIM Gallery always presents a sumptuous display of colour and variety whenever it unleashes a new exhibition, and the current show is another slab of terrific stuff.
Following on from last year’s success, the gallery is again giving a platform to students from Shenley Brook End School Art and English departments, and this time the invitation to shine has been extended to pupils from The Radcliffe School.
Both establishments have offered a wealth of fantastic pieces, like the one on the right.
The show has a topical Olympic theme.
“It reveals in its vibrancy and imagination the quality of expertise and creativity that our young people have in Milton Keynes,” says AIMs Georgeanne Scott, who praised the exceptional standard of work that comprises the exhibition, Olympic Prelude.
Admission is free and the show will roll through to July 2.
You will find AIM on the outside of thecentre:mk, next to Costa Coffee and opposite Waitrose.