The exhibition's theme, Collect and Create, offered students the opportunity to explore agendas and issues important to them.
The exhibition allowed students to develop their skills and exploring their specialist art and design area, while reflecting on their personal diversity and range of outlooks.
Melissa Nesbitt, whose work was on display at the exhibition explained what she enjoyed the most about the project: "One of my favourite parts of the project was trying to find the right words for my poetry - it can be really difficult to sum up what you mean, but it felt great when I finally found the right words - it’s really fun when it all comes together."
Alumni Art and Design students, Sivney Reynos, Amber Gordon and Tenzin Sherap came back to visit the exhibition, showing support for current students and staff.
Up to: January 2022
Updated: 26 January 2022