Creative arts students' displays go on show in Norwich at major end of year exhibition
PUBLISHED: 16:10 26 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:36 27 June 2018
Hundreds of visitors enjoyed the opening night of a Norwich college’s end-of-year creative arts show.
This year’s City College Norwich (CCN) show saw the work of 250 students go on display.
The exhibition – which took up all three floors of its Creative Arts building – featured presentations from across the department, including, for the first time, work from the new Fashion Communication and 3D Spatial Design courses.
Guy Parkinson, head of the school, said: “We expect our students to take creative risks, to create work that is both innovative and thought-provoking and this was the culmination and celebration of their hard work.”
The work included a sensory piece from Keleigh Jones, with a focus on engaging partially sighted people, and the launch of new clothing label Flowers Die by student George Widdows.
It also includes a suspended installation of jellyfish and plastic bottles by student Katie Jenkins, to highlight the impact of plastic waste on the marine environment.
The end of year show will remain open to the public until Thursday, July 5.