WMCollege Staff Show 2020
Welcome to the Annual WMCollege Staff Show. This year we are exhibiting online and preparing a physical show of work in the Ruskin Gallery on our Crowndale Road site. As you will see, lockdown has not inhibited the creativity of our staff, indeed quite the contrary. Kitchen tables and spare rooms at home have served as make-shift studios for some, so we thought it would be interesting to share images of the environments these works were created in.
As we start to welcome new and returning learners back to college, I hope the staff work exhibited will inspire them to make, create, engage with learning and turn small areas of their home into mini studios.
Lisa Marklew, Director of Learning for Arts & Vocational Skills.
Arts Level 1 & 2 Accredited Courses
Welcome to our Arts Level 1 and 2 End of Year exhibition.
Lockdown commenced mid-way through most of these courses, so I have been really pleased to see our learners demonstrating resilience, continuing to engage with learning and creativity during these unusual and unprecedented times. The wide range of quality work produced shows innovation and responsiveness to the change of environment and makes me very proud.
We hope our online show means that more friends and family will be able ‘visit’ and celebrate the wonderful achievements of our learners. Our Level 1 and 2 courses take place in a range of subjects including Fashion, Film, Ceramics, Painting & Drawing and, new for 20-21, Photography.
If you are interested in a career change, or starting your journey to study at a higher level, take a look at our website to see what’s available and book an assessment.
WMC Open & Lowes Dickinson Show 2020
The WMC Art Department is very proud to present our annual ‘Open Exhibition’ which, this year will take place online via our Ruskin Gallery website.
Exhibits have been created by learners studying on our wide range of Visual Arts courses at the college and we hope you will see this reflected in the wonderfully diverse works on display. In addition to their work being displayed, the learner submissions are also judged in a range of categories for the Lowes Dickinson Prizes, this is an art bursary instituted in 1910 by one of our founders.
We hope you enjoy the work and will be inspired to visit us when normal business resumes.