Students get arty for fifth anniversary of Hadleigh Art Trail
Thursday, 03 September 2015
Following their successful exhibition at Leigh Art Trail earlier this year, BTEC Level 3 Art & Design students at Seevic College are putting their latest work on display at the Hadleigh Art Trail this Friday 4 September.
Displaying their paintings from the Estuary Abstraction project at the Hadleigh Country Park Hub, students will be taking part in the fifth anniversary of this community event.
Teacher of Art & Design, Adrian Lane, said: “The students have produced paintings that requires them to respond to the local costal environment. The aim was, rather than imitate the subject's natural appearance, to deliberately change it, in an effort to communicate something they cannot convey through realistic treatment.”
Taking full advantage of the College’s recent studio redevelopment and specialist resources, based in Runnymede Chase, Benfleet, its students are encouraged to produce ambitious and well-executed creative works throughout their studies.
Offering a broad range of A-Levels, Level 3 BTECs, Foundation Diplomas and Higher National Diplomas in Creative Arts, Seevic College continues to produce talented graduates in this area.
The College is holding an Open Evening on Tuesday 6 October 2015, 6 - 9pm. To find out more and to pre-book a place visit seevic-college.ac.uk.
Find out more information about the Hadleigh Art Trail and download your free trail guide.