Northbridge students show art at InterCon

Northbridge students show art at InterCon

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A slightly surreal example of Northbridge students’ take on Phnom Penhites.

Students of Northbridge International School will be exhibiting a range of artworks based around the theme of “Phnom Penh”, from November 21 to December 11 at the InterContinental Hotel in Phnom Penh.

The masterpieces on display are the products of students in Grade 2/3, Grade 4/5, and in the upper school.

This is the second year that Northbridge students have been given prominent exposure in the arts world. Last December, a collection of student work was displayed at the Phnom Penh Airport departure terminal for a month.

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