Affordable quality art beautifully displayed over 5 rooms at the newly refurbished and famous purpose built Burslem School of Art, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire.
Open 10 to 4 Tues to Sat with late night opening on Tuesday nights to 6pm.
Continues to 31st August.
Also open Bank Holiday Monday 28th Aug to run alongside the Burslem Unites street festival in Burslem including FREE music and activities all day on Queen Street and St John Square stage
Prize winning entries were selected by Kerry Jones of Keele Arts, Amanda Bromley of Barewall and Jean Milton, Collections Officer of The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.
Prizes awarded include The Keele University Prize, Burslem School of Art Prize, Staffordshire Creamware Prize, The Art Studio Prize and The Art Department Prize.
In addition a under 25 year old prize was also awarded by The City Learning Trust in association with The Haywood Academy.
The exhibition is an annal event which is backing the Stoke on Trent bid to become City of Culture in 2021.