Annual virtual showcase of Art & Design

Art Exhibition Website

The Borders College annual Art & Design exhibition has been a growing tradition for a number of years now, with students showcasing their end-of-year work to the general public.

This year’s online virtual exhibition is up and running and will allow visitors to view the fantastic work of the students work from their homes and offices, as well as their mobile phones.

Borders College lecturer Alix Lunn designed and set up a designated website for the event in 2020 and, this year, the popular site will be used once more, allowing the students to upload and showcase their work to the public.

Showing their work, whether as a client presentation or in a gallery setting, is a necessary part of the professional practice and the virtual exhibition allows the students to reach a wider audience.

Image of brochure produced by student

A sample of student work pictured above.

Curriculum Learning Manager for Creative Industries Veronica Blackwood commented:

“It’s traditional for our Art & Design and Graphic Design students to have an end-of-year show and we’re delighted to be able to host the event again.”

Visitors to the online exhibition can expect to see, as always, everything from self-portraits to client projects, including the use of photography and digital imagery, as well as more traditional mediums such as pencil, paint and print.

Veronica added:

“Viewers will be able to see the inspirational work created by the students at the touch of a button, and, as always, there’s an array of talent on offer. We hope that the viewers enjoy it and would love to hear everyone’s thoughts.”

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