Norwich University of the Arts gives the public a look at the next generation of artists

 Paintings and illustrations, textiles, drawing and models, photographs, films, animations, games de

Paintings and illustrations, textiles, drawing and models, photographs, films, animations, games demos and sculpture from the full range of NUA BA courses on display for the Norwich University of the Arts annual Degree Shows 2016. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

Art lovers will be able to get a sneak peek at the next generation of artists as final year students from Norwich University of the Arts put their work on display.

The NUA's Degree Show will exhibit 600 students' work, which will open up the university campus in the city centre to the public from Tuesday, June 27.

Visitors can view an array of art and design, with everything from computer games to fashion and fine art on show which have been created by students throughout their studies.

Some of the work will be on sale, with items starting from £1 in the Degree shop.

Professor John Last, vice-chancellor of NUA, said: 'This year is our biggest Degree Show ever and we are really looking forward to welcoming thousands of visitors from all over the UK to the university.'


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The Degree Show will be open free to the public every day from 10am, and 11am on Sundays, until Wednesday, July 5.

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