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After a two-year gap because of Covid, students of UHI West Highland in Fort William have once again being showing off their talents at a Creative Arts Student Showcase.
Spread across the college reception and dining areas, the exhibition encompassed
fine art, photography, fashion and textiles with full and part-time students
showing examples of their best and most creative works.
In the true spirit of learning and co-operation, display panels were erected by students on construction courses, with the music department providing background ambience and professional cookery students laying on a superb buffet.
Laila Sutherland, course leader for visual and creative arts, said: ‘We are once again excited to be celebrating and sharing the range of work produced by our talented students.
‘We are so impressed with their hard work and the diverse range of styles they have
‘Each student has developed a body of work that encapsulates their
personal interests and the exhibition shows just how passionate each student is
about their chosen subject.
‘We are so glad we can invite the public back again to celebrate with us and
see what the students have achieved this year.’
Students and tutors at the exhibition in Fort William. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos
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