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Halo art show lights up gallery.

A NEW art exhibition in Middlesbrough will be showcasing works from promising young students.

The Python Gallery at Royal Middlehaven House in Gosford Street is opening its latest exhibition, Halo Effect, which runs until April 17.

A private preview is being held next Monday from 6pm to 8.30pm.

It is a show of work by eight students from the University of Teesside's Fine Art degree programme.

The exhibitors are Loretta Cliffe, Liza Cook, Natalie Davies, Rosie Cooper, Yanlin Kang, Linda Stannard, Penny Williamson and Jennifer Wing.

The show will be a chance to engage with a selection of contemporary artwork being produced in the region by a dedicated and committed group of artists.

There will be refreshments available and also live music provided by Ska Beats frontman Robbie Foley.
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Mar 28, 2014
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