And so it begins. 1st years are in and on the go. Their first task was team building a shelter from paper and tape. Some interesting ideas and outcomes shown below!
Lessons start in earnest tomorrow. The year has begun, let the art commence.
A new show by former Truro College fine art students Biba Cole and Laurie Cole is on display in at Space in Bristol from 21 August. Here`s what to expect –
“Poetry, and the process of writing is vital to both artist’s individual practice. Biba uses the act of writing poetry as a form of sketching; a preliminary observation on which every visual artwork she creates is based. She progresses from written language using physical experimentation, whether it is in movement, costume, sound, or painting. Laurie creates fragmented narratives derived from everyday surroundings.
Similar to that of free verse, she works instinctively to what she feels is right and wrong. By illuminating the smallest of moments she creates environments that play and explore the human figure and written words. This exhibition then showcases the process between writing, development, and visual arts.
Much like a game of consequences, each artist writes poems for the other to respond to. The viewer is lead around the exhibition with an accompanying zine, featuring selected poems and developmental artwork.”
On from now until this Sat 27th May, 3pm – Page Turner.
A celebration of great student art from Truro College, Cornwall.
Take yourself down to Lemon Quay Piazza in Truro and become inspired by the wealth of talent on display.
From fine art to jewelry, from architecture to graphics design, and everything in between.
Our 12th annual show, Page Turner.
Come see our show- Page Turner.
Lemon Quay, Truro, May 22-27 2017.
Promontory’ features new work conceived and built for the show, building on themes and ideas that he has been developing over a number of years.
Stuart’s sculptural installations feature frameworks, structures and illuminated elements intended to explore our shared experience of the everyday and reflect on how the world is presented to us.
The work explores the shapes, colour and materials familiar from our daily encounters of media, signs and surroundings as well as specific inspirations from Plymouth itself.
The show runs until Wednesday 5th April.
All photos by Dom Moore.