Thursday 20 June saw the pinnacle of a year’s work for Art, Media and Fashion students at Southwark College.
This annual event showcases the work of creative students who all play a role in organising the event, producing the work for display, as well as promoting and servicing the opening night and the subsequent exhibition.
The College was delighted to host VIPs: Jonathan Suffolk, who is the Technical Director of The National Theatre, Yomi Ayeni, Founder of Tone Def Records and Yinka Danmole, the Design Director of Studio Danmole.
Natalie Garner, Head of Department for Creative studies says: “I am so very proud of the students who put such professionalism and creative zest into the event.
"I would also like to thank the passionate and talented staff who have taught our students, as well as their parents and families. Our students are destined for incredibly bright futures, judging by the standard of work they are producing now.”
Southwark College is building a great reputation for creative studies at their base in The Cut, SE1. Students can take advantage of amazing purpose-built facilities, and be taught by lecturers who have worked in the industry and have a wealth of experience to share with them.
Light Sower, one of the creative art students says: "Nothing is too much to ask, my tutor always goes above and beyond for her students. She is so knowledgeable and has real experience of the industry that she can share with us”
The free exhibition will stay in place until 8 July open daily from 9-3pm.