Customers love the horror of going to the cinema at Wisbech - and that’s even before they see a movie!

PUBLISHED: 21:09 11 May 2019 | UPDATED: 21:09 11 May 2019

Fright night at theLight cinema in Wisbech where COWA students (right) have been showcasing some of their original horror art work. Picture: COWA

Fright night at theLight cinema in Wisbech where COWA students (right) have been showcasing some of their original horror art work. Picture: COWA

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Horror was the theme running through an exhibition by students at a Wisbech cinema.

Level 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia�s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWA

 

Level 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia�s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWA

And with a mixture of various art forms on display customers loved it.

The students exhibiting all come from the Wisbech campus of the College of West Anglia.

The showcase for the level 3 art and design students was at the Light cinema and included some of their work produced throughout the year.

The month-long exhibition featured pieces that had been inspired by film as part of their coursework. The brief was to produce art that responded to a film of their choice. Students displayed a mixture of artwork, sculpture, fashion and photography during the exhibition.

Level 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia’s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWA

 

Level 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia’s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWA

Many students' chose to base their artwork on horror films. The resulting sculpture, photography, fashion and mixed media created a dramatic and theatrical display.

College of West Anglia course director Sian Thomas said: "It is brilliant that the Light cinema has given us this fantastic opportunity to exhibit our students work and support their local community in this way."

Level 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia’s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWA

 

Level 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia’s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWA

Level 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia�s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWALevel 3 art and design students from the College of West Anglia�s Wisbech campus, held a month-long exhibition at The Light Cinema, Wisbech and displayed artwork inspired by film. Picture; COWA

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