Breeze Art and Makers Fair CIC has a mission to get young people to explore the possibilities of training and a career in design and craft. On Friday our students enjoyed a series of presentations by makers at different points in their careers who told their stories of how they discovered making and how they learned their skills.
The students heard from –
Congratulations (once again) to James Francis-King for winning the award for best Post 16 Graphic Design at this year’s CreatEd; this is the second time James has won this award. CreatEd is a showcase of creative work by GCSE and A Level students across Cornwall, in categories including fine art, product design, creative writing and film.
Shown below is his award winning designs all based on travel and film. Impressive stuff.
We will be presenting a curated show featuring work by this years Foundation Students at the new Fish Factory Arts space in Penryn.
It is a chance to showcase the course and the students and exhibit selected work in a carefully curated way within a professional gallery context in the heart of the creative community of Penryn/Falmouth.
The selection of work was undertaken by Foundation staff with assistance from Rose Hatcher who runs the Fish Factory Arts Space and aims to showcase the quality and variety of work being produced on the course whilst still presenting a coherent and professional exhibition.
The work is a selection from the course across all pathways and highlights some of the most creative, varied and imaginative approaches from learners from a variety of backgrounds and ages.
Thursday 5th July:
Opening Night – 5pm-10pm (venue pay bar in operation)
Thursday 5th – Monday 9th July:
Show open to public 10am – 5pm
The show is now OPEN. A few words of introduction by our team leader, Mark Dunford –
“Welcome to our exhibition.
This is the thirteenth year we have used this space to showcase the creativity of our Art & Design students at Truro College. Our exhibition presents a diverse range of ideas, materials, techniques and approaches. Creativity is part of our daily lives; it enriches and stimulates us.
Whether we are makers or consumers, we value and consider the innovative decisions made and shared by designers, artists and craftspeople.
Creativity is inherent but it requires courage to pursue and strength to recognise that imagination is everything.
The UK creative industries includes all arts, crafts, galleries and museums, advertising and marketing, film, TV and radio. Annually they contribute £92bn. to the UK economy.*
Baker’s Dozen is a testament to the ingenuity of the students and staff at Truro College, so please enjoy the work of the next generation of artists and designers as they provide air and dimension to their ideas, shaping our future with their creativity.
So if you are in Truro town centre, head for Lemon Quay piazza and immerse yourself in some fabulous artworks.
From fine art to photography, from ceramics to architecture, its all on display for your viewing pleasure.
Open daily from 10am-6pm until this Saturday at 3pm.
See you there.
Come and see what all the fuss is about – Lemon Quay, Truro, Cornwall. Tuesday 22 May until Saturday 26 May – open daily from 10am.