College of West Anglia artists and designers to showcase talents in major exhibition

PUBLISHED: 13:36 19 June 2013 | UPDATED: 14:25 19 June 2013

Preview for art exhibition at College of West Anglia Isle Campus, Wisbech. Rachel Edwards working on her sculpture with a bread covering called Raisin.

Preview for art exhibition at College of West Anglia Isle Campus, Wisbech. Rachel Edwards working on her sculpture with a bread covering called Raisin.

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ASPIRING artists and designers from the College of West Anglia’s Isle Campus will showcase their talents in an end-of-year exhibition starting on Monday.

Preview for art exhibition at College of West Anglia Isle Campus, Wisbech. Lynsey French with her Tree of Life sculpture. Preview for art exhibition at College of West Anglia Isle Campus, Wisbech. Lynsey French with her Tree of Life sculpture.

The exhibition, which runs at the campus, in Wisbech, until June 29, will highlight original work from arts, graphic design, photography, fashion and furniture making students.

Margaret Waller, programme manager for visual arts, said: “Explosion, this year’s exhibition, continues to reflect the pursuit of original and innovative art and design with integrity and the impressive response of the students to this challenge.

“Once again the exhibition showcases the unique vitality and energetic creativity by students in their final year of the course.”

A private viewing will be held on Monday at 7pm. The exhibition will be open to the public from Tuesday until Saturday June 29, from 10am-4pm weekdays and 10am-2pm on Saturday. Admission is free.

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