Students from Drayton Manor High School will show off the results of their recent research into Mozart and the digital age at the latest Ealing Autumn Festival painting exhibition open day.
Hanwell Library is hosting the artwork, depicting Truth and Reconciliation with a special reference to Shakespeare in the playwright's 400th year, which is on display until Thursday July 21.
The open day at the library on Saturday, June 16 (2pm to 4pm) will include the opportunity to take part in a public collage of the exhibition, while the Drayton Manor students will show how a game using dice devised by Mozart way back in the 18th century can be used to create a new piece of music, which can even be adapted to write your own pop song.
Festival artistic director, Gillian Spragg, said: "During the exhibition's recent open day at Perivale Library the Digital MozArt was a big hit with visitors and a number of people said that they will be doing further research into writing new pieces of music using Mozart's clever game."
The exhibition takes an abstract view of Truth and Reconciliation and is a major part of this year's festival, touring libraries across the borough until early next year.
Following its stay at Hanwell the next port of call for the paintings, put together by the Hanwell-based 4020 Art Group, is Greenford Library on Saturday July 23 with an Open Day the same day from 2pm to 4pm.
This will be the first chance to look at Roald Dahl in the Summer Reading Challenge with a new quiz to challenge participants about Roald Dahl's books and his life. The exhibition remains at Greenford Library until Thursday August 4.
For more details, visit the Ealing Autumn Festival website or ask at your local library.