Chance to see how Fenland college students fare in world of art and design
ISLE campus students from the College of West Anglia, Wisbech, are hosting an art and design exhibition.
It is on the theme of ‘Sustainability’ and takes place at The Boathouse.
The exhibition, which ends of March 29, is open to the public free of charge. The event reflects the creativity and innovative efforts of talented students from the art and design department of the Isle campus.
College spokesman Michelle Blake said: “The exciting exhibits range from textiles, sculpture, fashion, graphic design and furniture.
“There is also photography, painting and drawing.
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“They are the result of eclectic ideas enhanced by innovative and individual thinking using sustainability as there theme.
Margaret Waller, programme manager for visual arts at the campus, said: “The exhibition displays an optimistic sense of the future for the arts and is extremely enjoyable.
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“I would encourage anybody in the community to visit the exhibition.
“They will be able to see the fantastic talent which is on display.”
Works are on display at:
The Boathouse Business Centre
1 Harbour Square, Nene Parade, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Open Monday to Friday