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City College creative arts end of year show features work of 240 students

PUBLISHED: 11:22 03 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:23 03 July 2018

Extended Diploma Digital Arts student Jericho Posadas with his animation. PHOTO: CCN

Extended Diploma Digital Arts student Jericho Posadas with his animation. PHOTO: CCN

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Hundreds of visitors enjoyed the opening night of City College Norwich’s creative arts end 
of year show.

Media Learning Company student Niall Langlands with the set of his Tale of the Tree animation. PHOTO: CCNMedia Learning Company student Niall Langlands with the set of his Tale of the Tree animation. PHOTO: CCN

The work of 240 students is currently on display on all three floors of the Creative Arts building on the college’s Ipswich Road campus.

Guy Parkinson, head of School for Creative Arts, said: “The show is always a very special moment for all of our students and staff.

“We expect our students to take creative risks, to create work that is both innovative and thought-provoking and this is the culmination and celebration of their hard work.”

It includes presentations from across the department, from Level One art, design and media through to Level Three creative arts extended diplomas awarded by University of the Arts London.

Fine Art student Katie Jenkins with her installation about plastic waste. PHOTO: CCNFine Art student Katie Jenkins with her installation about plastic waste. PHOTO: CCN

The show includes for the first time work from the new Fashion Communication and 3D Spatial Design courses.

It is open from June 25 to July 5, 10am-3pm.

Fashion photography by Fashion Communication student Alisha Kallarackal. PHOTO: CCNFashion photography by Fashion Communication student Alisha Kallarackal. PHOTO: CCN

Art Foundation student Keleigh Jones with part of her multi-sensory work. PHOTO: CCNArt Foundation student Keleigh Jones with part of her multi-sensory work. PHOTO: CCN

Art and Design student George Widdows with his Flowers Die clothing range. PHOTO: CCNArt and Design student George Widdows with his Flowers Die clothing range. PHOTO: CCN

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