People talk about putting art in schools, but for the first time a Hong Kong school will put its art into a commercial gallery. The Koru Contemporary Art Gallery will open an exhibition tonight featuring the work of Island School students. Including both visual and mixed-media installations, it is open until Sunday. Spearheading the effort was the school's head of art and design, Belinda Halcrow. 'I am quite aware of the different galleries around town and was at another exhibition when I started talking to the owner of Koru,' Ms Halcrow recalls. And if people are interested in any works, will they be for sale? 'If people ask, then we will tell them they have to negotiate with the artist. But it's examination time, so the student might be busy for a while.' The Koru gallery is on the 10th floor of the Hing Wai Centre, 7 Tin Wan Praya Road, Aberdeen.