October 24th, 2016

Focus on Southam College for students’ photography exhibition

Focus on Southam College for students’ photography exhibition Focus on Southam College for students’ photography exhibition

YOUNG artists in Southam are displaying their hard work for all to see next week.

A Level art and photography students at Southam College are putting on an exhibition of the final projects on Thursday (June 23).

People are invited to the exhibition at the Welsh Road college from 5pm to 8.30pm.

Head of Art Andy Valentine said: “Artists make their work so that others might see it and so for one week in June an audience is invited to view the work of the college’s Year 13 Fine Art and Photography students.

“The exhibition represents the culmination of two years hard work in which the students are stretched both practically and intellectually.

“Although some work may begin from a common starting point, the outcomes on display demonstrate a diverse range of skills and creative thinking which together make a dynamic and engaging exhibition.”

* STUDENTS at Warwickshire College will be showcasing their talents at end of year exhibitions.

Artist students, photographers, musicians and film makers will be displaying their work at the Leamington centre on Old Warwick Road

A special evening of work from the college’s school of arts will be held on Monday from 6pm to 8pm, and will also feature a fashion show.

The work of art and design, visual communication, 3D design, music, media, games art, and photography students will be on display at the college from Tuesday to June 24.

And work by fine art, games art, visual communication, digital film and Vvdeo students will be on show from Tuesday to July 8,

And a furniture and craft show will be held from July 5 to 15.

All exhibitions can be seen between 10am and 4pm.

Visit www.warwickshire.ac.uk/exhibitions for further details.

*AN ARTIST is opening his Lillington home and studio to the public to show his paintings of Leamington.

As part of the Warwick Open Studios event, David Lewis is welcoming people to see how he has captured the town in oil, acrylic and watercolour from June 18 to July 3.

His studio at 73 Taylor Avenue, will be open from 10am to 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday.