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Pupils take over library

PUBLISHED: 18:53 10 July 2008 | UPDATED: 11:23 03 July 2010

GREAT Yarmouth Library has been taken over by the creative talents of pupils who are showing off their photographic, arts and textile skills. All this week the library has hosted an annual exhibition of work by Oriel Specialist Mathematics and Computing College, which comprises hundreds of pieces of work by art, photography, textile and graphics GCSE students.

GREAT Yarmouth Library has been taken over by the creative talents of pupils who are showing off their photographic, arts and textile skills. All this week the library has hosted an annual exhibition of work by Oriel Specialist Mathematics and Computing College, which comprises hundreds of pieces of work by art, photography, textile and graphics GCSE students. The Opening Barriers display featured work inspired by prehistoric creatures, outrageous manikins, and much missed relatives. The exhibition also included some very unusual photographic 3D images.

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