A record number of people visited this year’s very successful Paston Sixth Form College Art show. This year’s exhibition produced some incredible work at exceptionally high standards within all mediums of creativity here at the college which incorporate Graphics, Textiles, Photography and Fine Art.
On the opening night of the showcase Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Neil Powell, from the Norwich University of the Arts presented students with awards for some highly professional pieces of work. These students included Molly Locke, an AS student who captured screen printing to a new level with her ‘Edible’ brand in Graphic Communications. Saffron Chan, who studies Art and Photography as an AS student, also received an award and was informed that she had captured ‘life experience and international conflict with smart Fine Art references to both historical and contemporary politics.’
More students were also awarded for their creatively professional work. In Graphic Communications, designs from A2 student Millie Stephen were recognised. Emily Bond was awarded for some ‘very memorable bodies of work’ in Photography along with other students such as Will Roach and Kirsty Hamilton-Emery. Lucy Johnston was recognised for her ‘interesting use of materials and tactile thoughts’ and for Textiles which had designs displayed both within the exhibition and on the catwalk. Summer Dyball, Sophia Serazin Pridmore, Isla Cornish, Anna Page and Freja Duncan-Coats were highlighted within the showcase for their professional standards of work.
As a college we are so proud of the commitment and effort that our students have put into this event, as well as this we would like to thank Matt Phelps, Rebecca Baker, Paul Greeves, David Greeves and all other staff members who were involved as well.
If you missed the exhibition, here is your chance to see some of the work:
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