Hundreds of visitors came to Northbrook College to see the best of this year’s student degree work, as much of the West Durrington campus was turned into a mini Tate gallery.
The annual degree exhibitions, which took place over five days last week, showcased the work of students from the College’s Creative Industries Department.
The exhibition showcased work by degree students from a wide range of disciplines including Fine Art, Graphic Design, Illustration, Music Production, Textile Design and Photography, and were a chance for students to showcase the best of their work, prior to taking it to London for the national graduate shows. Performing Arts and Music students have also staged a series of shows at the College’s own theatre and other venues such as Brighton’s ‘Komedia’.
Tom Embleton, Textile Design Course Leader, said, “The work exhibited this year was of a very high standard. It is a testament to the College’s established reputation for innovation in art, design and media.”
Northbrook remains the largest provider of higher education for the creative and cultural industries in West Sussex.