Creative art and media students at Harrow College have showcased their work at a special end of year show event.
The event at Harrow College, organised by the Art and Media department, took place between 12-16 June 2017 at the College's Weald Campus. The local community were invited to see some of the creative pieces of work produced by students during the academic year.
Click here to view photo gallery from the exhibition.
Students with their proud parents, local partners, press, freelance professionals and even a former student turned YouTube vlogger were in attendance to enjoy the event. The final year students on BTEC and A-Level courses exhibited a range of artistic genres including fine art, graphic design, illustration, fashion and textiles, 3D design and architecture, ceramics, photography, video productions and animation. Guests enjoyed a glass of wine and refreshments as they spoke with the student artists, mingled with one another and fully immersed themselves with the creative evening.
Sue Wilson, Director of Curriculum and Community Engagement at Harrow College said:
“Our students have raised the bar once again this year. Their creativity and dedication really shined through the work which was on display during the exhibition. We expect a number of our students to pursue their art and design education at university with many having already secured art and design related work for the summer period".
Click here for more about Art and Design courses at Harrow College.