FORMER and current visual artists from All Saints College are presenting a collective exhibition of their works.
This will be the first time current and past staff and students from the college’s visual arts department will exhibit the entire collection dating back to the college’s opening in 1981.
More than 60 artworks ranging from sculpture, painting, mixed media, installation, ceramics and photography to drawing will be on display in the College’s Centre for Performing Arts.
“The Visual Arts staff demonstrate a strong passion for their individual practices, which has created a rich atmosphere of commitment and rigour at the College and continues to inspire our students,” exhibition co-ordinator Louise Elscot said.
As well as promoting the work of the artists, the exhibition is an opportunity for the college to acknowledge and celebrate the staff who have been responsible for teaching, inspiring and mentoring All Saints’ students.