End of year art show at Stirling Campus
A degree and diploma art exhibition at Forth Valley College’s Stirling Campus starts tomorrow Friday 7 June.
It is offering members of the public, students and staff the opportunity to check out work from the next generation of artists. The free exhibition begins on Friday 7 June from 10am-4pm, run through Monday 10 June (10am-4pm), Tuesday 11 June (10am-8pm) and will end on Wednesday 12 June at 4pm.
The show will highlight a wide range of media including art, design, photography, sculpture, installation, video and audio created by 60 learners from the BA Art and Design, HND Contemporary Art Practice, HND Graphic Design, HND Photography and HND Art and Design, as well as highlighting the talent of students across courses in media and communication and sound production.
The following photos managed to catch some students setting up their artwork for the show.
Lynsay Stirling from Cumbernauld, who is studying for a BA Art and Design is pictured here with her exhibit entitled ‘Thoir Droch-Ainm Air Bana-Bhuidsichaen’ (Give a Witch a Bad Name). Lynsay has extensively researched the unfair treatment meted out to women accused of witchcraft throughout the centuries and has created a piece of artwork with a rowan tree – a tree steeped in Scottish tradition – as it’s centre piece.
Lyndsey Douglas from Dunkeld, who is studying for an HND Art and Design is also pictured here setting up her exhibition. She specialises in photography and textile design.