Friday, 12 May 2017
Budding animators, illustrators, film-makers, graphic designers and artists at the University of Worcester will be revealing their creative edge at an upcoming annual public exhibition.
Final year undergraduate students will present the finished pieces they created during their studies at two locations in the City in a final year degree show.
It will feature everything from paintings and sculpture to interactive installations and short films.
The Worcester Degree Show 2017 will celebrate the work of more than 100 students on Art & Design, Fine Art, Creative Digital Media, Animation, Illustration, Graphic Design and Film Production degree courses.
The exhibition, which takes place at the University’s City Campus, in Castle Street, and in the studio teaching spaces of The Garage, off Hylton Road, is open to the public from May 19th until May 25th, 10am to 4pm daily.
Ree Han, Head of the University of Worcester’s School of Art, said: “This is the climax of a year’s work, study and research, when our students’ work is on display to the public. Every year we have broadened the scope of our exhibition and this year is no exception. Not only will you see their imaginative and creative talents, but we will also show how we work with the community, with industry and with the design profession.”