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Students’ work is focus of latest Town Hall exhibition

Screen Shot 2016-05-04 at 12.56.04The work of students from Darlington’s Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College will be the focus of the latest exhibition in the Town Hall.

SELECT, an exhibition of photography and image manipulation opens on Monday (9 May) and will showcase the personal project work of the students on a variety of themes including architectural structures, environment, combined images and journeys.

The imagery featured represents the work students recorded, manipulated and presented using the many skills they developed on the A-level photography course.

The exhibition features images captured in a variety of locations including Darlington, Newcastle, Whitby Redcar and Manchester as well as overseas in Rome and New York.

Victoria Snowball, Teacher of Art & Design (Photography/Graphics) at Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College, said:

“The course provides students with a fantastic opportunity to capture the local and surrounding areas but also discover destinations outside the UK, to experience and document different cultures, art influences and galleries.

“They are able to explore both digital and hand-rendered editing processes through guided workshops and this is followed up with individual guidance, enabling students to develop skills relevant to their selected themes.

“We’re thrilled that the students have been given the opportunity to share their work with a wider audience by exhibiting at the Town Hall and hope visitors will enjoy the display.”

Stephen Wiper, Creative Darlington Manager, said:

“The Town Hall exhibition space is available for local artists to showcase their work and we are delighted to welcome the students to exhibit their work as they represent our next generation of artists.”

Students who have work featured in the exhibition are as follows:

Amy Austin, Hannah Bartram, Alisha Edge, Cheyanne Foster, Brad Gaffney, Hannah Gee, Lauren Gill, Izzy Harris, Amy Hunter, Jessica Moresby-White, Jordan Oliver, Theo Pickering, Amelia Rogers, Callum Spence, Joe Wilkinson, Maia Wooff, Jodine Allum, Lucy Bedford, Millie Brookes, Rachelle Cox, Marta Debicka, Claire Dickinson, Jasmine Forbes, Liora Gillborn, Holly Grant, Lucy Hodgson, Kelsey Holmes, Ellie Judson, Vicky Marcelino Purse, Flynn Moore, Natalia Nowicz, Alice Redfearn, Rebeca Roman, Emily Ryde, Emma Squires, Rachel Stirr, Tamsin Wood, Anna Woods, Amy Matthews, Harry Jolly and Tristan Snow.

The SELECT exhibition will run from 9 May until 24 June and is open Mondays-Wednesdays, 8.30am-5pm, Thursdays 9.30am-5pm and Fridays 8.30am-4.30pm.

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