Stu­dents show­case work on the cat­walk

Fash­ion and art take top billing at Show Off event

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

CRE­ATIVE Arts stu­dents from Uxbridge Col­lege show­cased their work at end-of-year shows at venues in­clud­ing Not­ting Hill’s Mau Mau Bar and Pinewood stu­dios.

Fash­ion, art and de­sign, graph­ics, me­dia and games de­sign stu­dents cel­e­brated their work in the Show Off event, which in­cluded film screenings, at the John Barry The­atre at Pinewood, and ex­hi­bi­tions of art, graphic and com­puter de­sign work and fash­ion shows, at Uxbridge Cam­pus.

Stu­dents on per­form­ing arts cour­ses in­clud­ing drama, dance and mu­sic put on the two-week Cut­ting Edge fes­ti­val at the Col­lege’s the­atre, The Edge, and the live mu­sic venue The Mau Mau Bar, in Not­ting Hill’s Por­to­bello Road.

Ni­cola Holmes, head of school for cre­ative stud­ies and ELT, said: “This was a re­ally suc­cess­ful event and it was great to be show­cas­ing stu­dents’ work at some pres­ti­gious west Lon­don venues, as well as on our cam­puses at Uxbridge and Hayes.

The qual­ity of both the cre­ative and tech­ni­cal as­pects of the work was ex­cel­lent, and I have no doubt that many of these stu­dents will go on to pur­sue suc­cess­ful ca­reers, to com­plete univer­sity de­grees, or con­tinue to fur­ther study at Col­lege. I wish them all the best.”

The work was by stu­dents on cour­ses at lev­els one to three.

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