Fashion, graphic design and games design, fine art, sculpture, photography and installation art were among the wide range of exhibits at Uxbridge College’s end-of-year Reveal event.
The annual show showcased Final Major Project pieces by students from across Creative Studies subjects on UAL courses at Levels 1, 2 and 3.
Students unleashed their creativity to produce a diverse range of exhibits. Examples included Theodore Carter’s fashion brand, The Visual Collective, which pulled together his skills from his studies on Level 2 Art & Design and Level 3 Graphic Design. Theodore will be going on to study at Chelsea College of Arts. Holly Hamilton created an installation inspired by the campaign to cut the amount of plastic pollution in our seas, while Katie Alford used her travels as a jumping off point for her 3D heads and colourful map.
Reveal was launched on Open Day at the Uxbridge campus which gave prospective students and their families a chance to see the diverse work, as well as friends and families of the artists.
David Storer, Course Team Leader for Art and Design, who organised the show, said: “This was a really interesting collection with students having the added challenge of making sure everything was perfect in time for Open Day! I think it made a great impression on our visitors and we got loads of positive comments. As is the case each year we’ve got a quite a number of students going onto degree courses at a range of prestigious institutions thanks to their achievements at Uxbridge College. We are extremely proud of them and will be looking out for their work across the creative industries in the years ahead.”