STUDENTS from Thornlie Senior High School will showcase a range of art as part of its Annual Visual Arts and D&T Exhibition 2015.
The exhibition will show off about 200 traditional and contemporary pieces from students from years 7-12.
There will also be prizes handed out for eight categories; drawing, painting, ceramic sculpture, mixed media, woodwork, metal work, digital art and technology.
The exhibition will run from October 26-29 and members of the public are being invited by the school to have a look at the artwork.
The official opening of the exhibition will take place at 3.15pm on October 26 at the school in the Performing Arts Centre.