Visual Arts students showcase stunning projects

16th June 2023

Visual Arts students from Stratford-upon-Avon College showcased their final projects recently in a stunning exhibition.

Students studying Art & Design, Fashion, Graphic Design, Make Up for Stage & Screen and Photography at the College all exhibited their final major projects across three floors of the campus.

people visiting the exhibition
Members of the public were able to visit the exhibition and see the students incredible work

Students researched, designed, created and then showcased their projects and showed work created in a whole range of mediums. Examples included interactive exhibits where music accompanied the pieces, or even work where you had to use torches just to see it.

The students were excited to get the opportunity to take part in the exhibition. Fashion student Leila Ally commented: “It was nice to get the chance to present work in a real-life exhibition.” With student Amelia Grubers adding: “We got to decide on our own final project, so we learnt new skills and allowed us to be more creative.”

Here are just some of the fantastic Fashion creations

Photography student, Will Fountain, was delighted that it was an open exhibition: “It allows external people to get an insight into photography so they can have a deeper understanding of the subject and the work we create. Also, I want to go to university to study Sport Photography so I can use this to build my portfolio.”

The student showed off their phenomenal photography

Philip Watson Smith, Programme Manager for Visual Arts and Media, was incredibly proud of the students work: “It is a great showcase that exhibits all the work the students have accomplished over the academic year. What the learners have created for their final outcomes is a culmination of the talent and hard work of our students and the incredible hardworking staff who supported them.”

Check out some of the fantastic work below.

If you want to see more, you can visit our Graphic Design student’s online exhibition.

Find out more about the College’s Visual Arts courses: Visual Arts