Art - Art on a high

30th January 2009 at 00:00

The work of Scotland's brightest young artists is to be showcased at a unique exhibition at the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh.

This will be the first time Advanced Higher art and design candidates have had their work put on display.

The exhibition runs until March 19. This is the last in a series of Scottish Qualifications Authority exhibitions held at major venues across the country over the past six months. The Scottish Parliament hosted the first in early autumn and the second has just taken place at The People's Palace in Glasgow.

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