GxD - an exhibition by Graham School students

18 May 2024—1 September 2024Tuesday - Sunday, 10am-5pm Free with an Annual Pass (£5 / Free under 18s and registered carers)

An exhibition of photographic works by a group of Year 10 students from Graham School, Scarborough. With support from Derrick Santini, the students learned professional photographic techniques using SLR cameras in studio sessions at Woodend and on location in the Valley Gardens and around the Spa.

Derrick discovered photography as a teenager at Graham School and was keen to share his passion and knowledge with the current generation of young, local photographers. The title, GXD, was created by the students and translates as “Us collaborating with Derrick.”

Image: Solitary, Lilly

Follow the link to access the exhibition interpretation and labels in large print.

Large Print – Self Made | Derrick Santini. PDF (opens in a new window)

Opening Times
Tuesday – Sunday | 10am – 5pm

Last entry 4.30pm

Admission Prices
£5 Annual Pass – admission to both Scarborough Art Gallery and the Rotunda Museum

Free – Under 18s and registered carers.

There is step free access to and around the ground floor of the gallery.

Toilets are located on the first floor and are accessed via stairs. There is no lift to the first floor. There is an accessible toilet next door, a short distance away, at Woodend Gallery and Studios.

If you require any further access requirements, or information ahead of your visit please call the Art Gallery on 01723 374753 or email gallery@scarboroughmuseumsandgalleries.org.uk