Prince Edward School hosted its annual art exhibition this Tuesday with students from Form One to Upper Six having an opportunity to showcase their talent and skill with images that portray art as a conduit for national identity.

This year’s exhibition opened its doors this Tuesday evening, showcasing 300 colourful art works by Form One to Upper Six art students portraying the images of the Zimbabwean nation.

Of particular interest is the world’s majestic view, the Victoria Falls where student artists went for an art camp where they sketched and painted the falls, the rain-forests and a few animals.

Guest of honour at the event Ms Antonella Bargione highlighted the need for artists to take advantage of the internet in showcasing their art works to the outside world.

The Prince Edward art exhibition is an annual event that seeks to inspire art students to earn a living through art with this year’s theme being: ‘National Identity’.