Wisbech college students exhibit art and design work at Light Cinema

PUBLISHED: 12:33 03 April 2018

College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.

College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.

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Art and design students from the College of West Anglia (CWA) are currently exhibiting work at the Light Cinema in Wisbech.

College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.

The exhibition comprises of pieces that have been inspired by film and book imagery and includes a number of art mediums such as sculpture, costume and painting.

Maggie Hodgkiss, a level 3 student, has produced work that reflects on Alice in Wonderland using collage, painting and model making.

College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.

She said: “I grew up with the Alice in Wonderland story and it just makes me happy, which is why I chose it to be the foundation of my designs.

“I usually stick to painting, so this was a chance for me to branch out and do something a little different.”

College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.College of West Anglia Wisbech art and design students are currently exhibiting their film-inspired work at the Light Cinema, Wisbech. The exhibition features sculpture, painting and textiles and runs until Wednesday April 18.

The exhibition is available to view during the cinema’s open hours and runs until Wednesday April 18.

Visit www.wisbech.lightcinemas.co.uk for more information.

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