MAHATMA Gandhi said: “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”
That has inspired three Girton Grammar students to put on an art exhibition aimed at raising awareness of issues that need changing.
The Be the Change exhibition is on at Dudley House until Sunday.
In 2011, Sarah James who was studying Year 12 founded and directed the inaugural Be the Change exhibition.
More than 50 pieces of art were sold with the funds going to a charity of the artist’s choice.
The charity was one that represented a change that the artist wanted to see take place in the world.
This year, Lucy Williams and Jessica Pinder are taking over the role of directing the 2012 exhibition.
The Year 12 students are inviting local artists and residents to take part in the exhibition.
Artists involved in the exhibition this year include former newsreader David Johnston, Karen refugee San and artist Rod Cameron.
There are no barriers to the art work that will be on display and artists are able to express themselves through their creations.