From a giant rubix cube to the latest fashion lines the talents of the University of Central Lancashire students have gone on display in the city.Advertisement
Lancashire Arts Festival is a celebration of the great work done by Preston-based students.
More than 450 students are to showcase their work and it is open to the public to explore.
Running from Friday (9 June) to Friday (16 June) the 11 best projects are to then go on display in the Harris Museum and Art Gallery.
Four buildings on the Preston campus host the degree shows – with design, media and fashion in Victoria Building off Adelphi Street/Brook Street, Fine Art is in Hanover Building off Fylde Road and Architecture is in Edward Building/Harris Building in Corporation Street.
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Executive dean Dr Andrew Ireland said: “We are excited to once again share the amazing talents of so many creative students who have worked hard to bring this exhibition together.
“This year’s Degree Show has something to offer visitors of all ages and interests. I’d really encourage as many people as possible to come along and see what excellent and unique work the students have produced.”
The degree shows can be attended from 10am to 4pm and it’s free to go for a look round.
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You can see more details about the Lancashire Arts Festival on the festival website.
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