A creative feast is planned across Preston’s university campus throughout the middle of June.Advertisement
More than 450 students at the University of Central Lancashire are showing off their work in the Faculty of Culture and Creative Industries.
Lancashire Arts Festival Degree Show has work from design, fashion, fine art, media and architecture students for the public to go and take a look at.
The free festival is running from Thursday 14 June through to Friday 22 June.
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Executive dean of the faculty Jane Anthony said: “The students have worked extremely hard to put on a very professional show that really has something for visitors of all ages and interests. The quality is outstanding and I’d encourage as many people as possible to come along and see this varied and exciting exhibition.”
A private view of the festival starts on Thursday (14 June) from 6pm and is free to book on to see.
After this the festival is open daily from 10am to 5pm and work is on display across six different university buildings.
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Full details of what’s on and when can be found on the Lancashire Arts Festival website.