Thursday, July 25, 2024

Exhibition showcases art of Lincoln students

Creativity has taken centre stage at Lincoln College as it celebrates talented students with a vibrant end-of-year show.

The diverse range of art on display spans various disciplines, and the exhibition is now open to the public, offering a unique opportunity to experience the imaginative works of emerging artists.

Lincoln College Showcase

The historic Christ Hospital Terrace at Lincoln College provides a picturesque setting for the art exhibition. Visitors will be treated to an eclectic mix of artworks, including fine art, graphic design, photography, multimedia installations, and fashion pieces.

The event also features a pop-up shop where students’ creations, cards, and prints are available for purchase, allowing attendees to take home a piece of this artistic celebration.

Location: Lincoln College, Steep Hill, 1 Christ’s Hospital Terrace, Lincoln LN2 1LY

Dates: 24th June – 3rd July (excluding weekends)

Times: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Lincoln College also hosted a special art showcase on Friday, 19th June, featuring the work of Supported Education Skills for Creative Arts students, whilst Creative Media Production Level 3 first and second years premiered their work at Knights Theatre. This event, open to the public and attended by students’ friends and family, highlighted the impressive achievements of these dedicated students, further enriching the vibrant artistic community at the college.

These exhibitions are a celebration of the hard work, dedication, and creativity of the students. For the public, they offer a glimpse into the future of the arts, showcasing works that challenge, inspire, and captivate. Whether you’re an art enthusiast, a prospective student, or simply looking for an inspiring outing, the Lincoln College Group’s end-of-year shows are a must-visit.


Image credit: Lincoln College

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