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UCLan opens doors for free annual degree shows

Posted on - 17th June, 2014 - 8:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Events, Things To Do, UCLan, University
Aimee Richard-Davies with her artwork

Aimee Richard-Davies with her artwork

The best of design, fashion, art, architecture and media is being presented in the annual University of Central Lancashire degree shows.

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Preston’s university throws open its doors for the public to come and see what final year students have produced.

It is free to browse work including intricate glass sculptures made from broken bottles, a sea corral made of ceramic and a product design student’s project which shows a way of addressing food shortages.

Alex Macbeth shows off his work

Alex Macbeth shows off his work

UCLan senior fashion lecturer and Degree Show organiser Paresh Parmar said this year’s show promises to be as exciting as the last: “The annual UCLan Degree Show has developed a reputation as a platform to showcase the very best of creative talent flowing from our University.

“We want to celebrate this impressive collection of work and share it with the local community. I would encourage as many people as possible to come along and enjoy the exhibition.”

Kate Nicholson with her model

Kate Nicholson with her model

Parking is free in the university car parks during the exhibitions, you need to download a permit from the university website.

They start from 10am each day until and including Saturday 21 June.

For more information about the UCLan Degree Show 2014 visitors can call 01772 894106 or register online via Eventbrite

Have you been down to the degree shows? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below

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