UWI St. Augustine Creative and Festival Arts presents Visual Arts Exhibition 2012Sunday, April 29th, 2012 Categories: Exhibitions, Student Works, Updates
Sunday April 29th, marks an important milestone for the graduating class of 2012 pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in the areas of Fine Art and Design, as they present their final year Exhibition. The year group consists of a diversity of dedicated students ranging from those hailing from the sister isle Tobago and flying in for classes, to those making their way from the southern reaches of Trinidad, to a former engineer student, religious youth activist, and scholarship winners, to identify a few of the interesting backgrounds of this talented group. To RSVP click here.
Among the issues featured within the exhibition, thematic concerns based on surface design and typography, Christian morality, obsession with ideal body structures, development and exploration of forms in both sculpture and industrial design, perspectives on movement, as well as, architectural design and illusion, have been addressed by the students exhibiting this year.
The students have worked extensively on these final exhibits for an entire year, and are proud to be able to share their final visual academic works publicly. The Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA), Faculty of Humanities and Education, The University of the West Indies (UWI), and the students of the Fine Art and Design class of 2012, proudly invite the public to their formal professional debut exhibition, at Gordon Street, St. Augustine on Sunday 29th April at 4.00pm.
by Xaria Rae’ Roxburgh.
Thank you Lesley-Ann Noel for bringing this to ARC’s attention.