End of Year Exhibition at NESCol Fraserburgh Campus
Monday, 13 June 2016
The North East Scotland College Fraserburgh Campus Art & Design and Floristry Exhibition 2016 takes place this week. This hotly anticipated event, held annually in the atrium of the Campus, gives Art & Design and Floristry students the opportunity to showcase the best of their work. It is open to the public and will provide visitors with a fantastic insight into the hard work and creativity of this talented group of NESCol students.
This year’s show will see around thirty full-time art and design students, from Level 4 to HNC, showcase a selection of both 2- and 3-dimensional work they have produced over the course of the year, including examples of drawing, painting, printmaking, jewellery, textiles, photography, digital media and a collection of clothing made from paper. The projects undertaken by the students have been inspired by a wide array of themes including local landmarks and popular TV show Game of Thrones. In addition, a highlight of the exhibition will be a collection of t-shirts designed and customised by pupils from Mintlaw and Fraserburgh Academies, based on the theme of Scottish landmarks, displaying a variety of textile techniques and processes.
The College’s floristry students are creating themed displays for the show, utilising the skills and techniques they have learned throughout the year, including hand-tying, function decorating and colour theory.
David Herd, Curriculum and Quality Manager for Creative Arts at Fraserburgh Campus, said, “We would like to encourage anyone interested in studying Art & Design or Floristry at Fraserburgh Campus to come along during the week and have a chat with staff and students about the different options. Places are still available on courses starting after the summer so now is the perfect time to find out more.”
Get information on exhibition opening times here.