On Wednesday, pupils studying GCSE art in Year 10 and A Level in Year 12 went to see the degree shows at Norwich University of the Arts. There was such a wide variety of work to see, spread across several buildings in the city. There was something for everyone and lots of inspiring ideas and work.
The degree shows are an annual event which provide an opportunity for the public to see the work of over 500 new graduates. Works on display included paintings and illustrations, fashion garments and textile patterns, architectural drawings and models, sculptures, photographs, short films and animations, portfolios of graphic design work and video game demos.
Sandy Coughlan, Head of Art