Five gifted students from the Chippendale International School of Furniture will be exhibiting their work at the Scottish parliament this summer.
The furniture school, between Haddington and Gifford, is a place of teaching excellence with students coming from around to the world.
This year’s students come from the UK, USA, Austria, Australia, Poland, India, South Korea and Singapore.
The prestigious exhibition in June has been sponsored by Iain Gray MSP.
The five pieces to be exhibited will be chosen at a public exhibition in Edinburgh by Professor Christopher Breward, who is a leading cultural historian.
Professor Breward is also Principal of the Edinburgh College of Art, Vice Principal for the Creative Industries and Performing Arts, and Professor of Cultural History at the University of Edinburgh.
“We are indebted to Iain Gray MSP and honoured that Professor Breward has agreed to choose five students to exhibit at the parliament,” said Anselm Fraser, Principal of the Chippendale International School of Furniture.
Earlier this year, the school was praised by Education Scotland for delivering “high quality learning and teaching….that equips learners well for future employment or self-employment.”