A FESTIVAL of fine art, fashion, photography, jewellery, 3D design, textiles, graphics and computing, interlaced with performance, film and media make-up creations is promised at the end of year show of Craven College.

‘Collective’ represents work from the college’s School of Digital and Creative Industries, and is the culmination of all the students’ hard work and vision over the past year.

Theresa Savage, head of school, said: “The quality of work, at all levels is truly inspiring. I am extremely proud of all our students and the work they create. As well as acquiring specialist knowledge, our students learn invaluable employability skills during their time with us, through bespoke work experience opportunities and working collaboratively with each other throughout the year. Craven College is indebted to the commitment and contribution of all our staff and students.”

Work by fine art students cover themes including ‘mental health’, ‘secret garden’, and ‘disused railways’; while theatrical and make up students present a ‘cabinet of hands’ and a ‘Jane Eyre Collection of Wigs’. Fashion students’ themes include ‘oriental elegance’ and ‘70s style’, while ‘collective sound and vision’ will celebrate film and television productions from creative media students and staff.

Chosen specially to celebrate the closing of one chapter and to herald the new, ‘Time of our Lives’ will open this year’s event, sung by the college’s multi-talented performing arts students.

A private view will take place at the College’s Aireville Campus, on Monday, June, 24 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm, ahead of the exhibition opening to all from June 25th to June 28, from 10am to 4.30pm.