The annual North West Regional College exhibition of Art, Design and Multi-Media has now opened and will be on public display until Thursday 16th June at the Lawrence Building at the Strand Road Campus.
The exhibition displays the works created by students at the college over the past year. It includes unique pieces such as; an installation that links art and science, ceramic heads inspired by the work of artist Christy Keeney and a variety of drawings, illustrations, paintings, photography, sculpture, prints, textiles, fashion design and multimedia artwork.
Sheila O’Brien, Curriculum Manager for Art and Design at NWRC said, "This is a showcase exhibition which will celebrate the amazing creative talents of our students.
"I’d recommend that anyone who enjoys art, media and/or design to come along and visit this exhibition. The works exhibit the high quality of skills and artistry that our students can create."
For further details on the Art and Design Courses at NWRC you can visit www.nwrc.ac.uk. The exhibition will be available for viewing until Thursday 16 th June from 10.00am until 3.00pm, Monday to Friday at the Lawrence Building on Strand Road. There will also be an exhibition of works at the West Wing of the Limavady Campus until Tuesday 14th June.