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UCLan invites public to view creative students' work

16 June 2014

Lyndsey Boardman

UCLan is inviting the public to view students' creative talent at the Annual Degree Show, which showcases final year work.

Creative students from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) have shown just how talented they are at a free annual exhibition showcasing the very best of final year work in architecture, design, fashion, fine art, media and performance.

Open to the general public, schools, colleges and businesses until Saturday 21 June on the University’s Preston campus, visitors can expect to see imaginative, inventive and thought-provoking work from final year students from a range of disciplines.

Highlights include two intricate glass sculptures made from broken bottles, the work of a product design student proposing a novel way of addressing future food shortages and detailed sea corral made of ceramic.

“The annual UCLan Degree Show has developed a reputation as a platform to showcase the very best of creative talent flowing from our University.”

 

UCLan senior fashion lecturer and Degree Show organiser Paresh Parmar said this year’s show promises to be as exciting as the last. “The annual UCLan Degree Show has developed a reputation as a platform to showcase the very best of creative talent flowing from our University.

“We want to celebrate this impressive collection of work and share it with the local community. I would encourage as many people as possible to come along and enjoy the exhibition.”

The campus wide display of work, from students studying in the Schools of Art, Design and Performance, Journalism and Media and the Grenfell-Baines School of Architecture, Construction and Environment, is spread out across five UCLan buildings.

Admission is free to all the exhibitions and all are welcome. Car parking is also free on the University’s car parks during exhibition times.

For more information about the UCLan Degree Show 2014 visitors can call 01772 894106

See photos from the event.