Students on courses in fashion and a range of other creative arts showcased their best work at Uxbridge College’s four-day end of year show.
Art & Design, Fashion, Graphic Design, and Games Design students took part in the New Premise Exhibition 2015, named in recognition of the College’s new £4.1m creative arts centre, where it was held.
Visitors, including young people and their parents who were in College for the June Open Day, got a chance to see the students’ creative designs using skills in fashion design, art, sculpture, and computer design and special effects.
Lyn Stevenson, Section Manager Art, Design & Media, said: “This was a great show where our students made use of the College’s new creative arts centre for exhibition purposes for the first time. All these areas of study require a high level of technical and creative skill and lead to a great choice of higher education, training and work opportunities.”
This year fashion students are progressing to a range of courses at universities including: London College of Fashion; University of Creative Arts; and the universities of Middlesex, Westminster University, Nottingham Trent and Brighton.
For more information about creative courses at Uxbridge College go to:
- Art & Design courses: http://www.uxbridge.ac.uk/courses-west-london/art-a-design.html
- Fashion courses: http://www.uxbridge.ac.uk/courses-west-london/fashion.html
- Media courses: http://www.uxbridge.ac.uk/courses-west-london/media.html