Hartlepool students se work go on show at the Baltic

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An art project has drawn to a close after a stunning set of images by Hartlepool students were unveiled at an iconic gallery.

BALTIC Unseen is now on display at the famous former flour mill on the banks of the Tyne, with the exhibition showcasing work created by students from Hartlepool College of Further Education.

Students from the BTEC in Art and Design and Foundation Degree Design for the Creative Industries programmes made the trip to Gateshead every few weeks to capture the covert, hidden, restricted and obscured side of BALTIC.

Creative lecturer Sarah Gilligan, of Hartlepool College of Further Education, said: “We wanted to encourage students to claim ownership over their learning, creative and cultural development.”

BALTIC Unseen is open to the public until July 12, and admission is free.