Creative Industries Summer Show 2010
21 June 2010
Westminster Kingsway College presented the Creative Industries Summer Show at the King’s Cross Centre, showcasing the work and talent of all students with installations by the graduating class.
The highlight of the Art & Design calendar, this year’s show also featured Performing Arts and Film & Media students’ work to celebrate the whole Creative Industries department. Visitors to the exhibition saw a number of performance and art installations featuring a wide range of materials used to express the students’ personalities and their work over the past year, including work using paper, cloth, digital animation and film.
John Kelly, Curriculum Team Leader, said: "This year’s show is truly amazing; the level of student talent is clear in all of their projects. Most of our second year students have places in higher education so we are very proud of all they have achieved."
Suliman Majali, BTEC National Diploma Art & Design student, presented a final installation and performance project based on the theme of ‘Personality & Identity’. Suliman plans to study BA Fine Arts and Sculpture at the University of Brighton in September.
Suliman said: "We have been working on our final major projects for about two months and it is fantastic to see it displayed at the exhibition after the hard work. I was decided to study at Westminster Kingsway because I saw the level of work produced by students when I visited. I knew the teaching must be good so I applied and haven’t regretted that decision. I am thankful to the tutors as their critiques and feedback has helped me grow as an artist."
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