"Re-written symbolises us as Foundation students; we came to the course set in our ways and closed to being free and experimental. This year has changed us all profoundly as artists, our work and techniques are more explorative and personal. Our creative paths have all been re-written as artists during our time here.
"The exhibition encourages people to re-write their opinions as we explore social and humanitarian issues which are essential to how we must view the world."
Showcasing work from students across the college’s Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, this exhibition takes place at Ocean Studios in the historic Royal William Yard from Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 June 2018. The show is free to attend and open to all, with work on display spanning a diverse range of specialisms, from Photography to Fashion, Animation to Illustration, Fine Art to Film – and more.
The Foundation Diploma in Art & Design is a year-long intensive programme which allows students to work across disciplines and learn through discovery, experimentation and exploration, helping them to find their perfect creative path. This end of year summer exhibition is their opportunity to demonstrate their skills and specialisms to fellow students, industry professionals, and the general public.
What: Re-Written, a Foundation Diploma in Art & Design exhibition
When: Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 June 2018, 9am-5pm. Free and open to all.
Where: Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard, PL1 3QQ