SPARKFORD HALL PLAYS HOST TO YEOVIL COLLEGE’S CREATIVE FESTIVAL
Yeovil College Creative Industries students are delighted to announce their final Art Exhibition and Film Screening Festival at one of our region’s most beautiful venues, Sparkford Hall.
On Tuesday 20th June to Thursday 22nd June, between 10.00am to 4.00pm, members of the general public are cordially invited to join students and staff as exceptional work across all further education curriculum and Yeovil College University Centre subjects. The Yeovil College esteemed resident artist, Paula Paton, together with three community artists will also be showcasing a range of exciting pieces within the grounds. In addition, there will be a number of film screenings both within the grounds and within the venue.
This is the first time the full Creative curriculum will take over such an imposing and impressive space to showcase their extraordinary work. They are being supported by students from Hair and Beauty, Hospitality and Catering and Kingston Sixth Form A Level students, who will come together to form an imposing showcase.
During the Creative Festival, a number of bespoke events will also run, including an employer engagement brunch, afternoon tea and an evening private view, where more than 100 students will showcase their very finest work to a select network of invited guest. Many Yeovil College lecturers from within the Creative Industries department are also practicing professionals within their own right, and they will also use this opportunity to present their own work and personal pieces.
The Creative Festival is perfect for those students currently in Year 11, 12 or 13, who may be joining Yeovil College or Yeovil College University Centre, or are thinking about pursuing a career in any of the creative arts, including graphic design, media, photography, art and design or digital media. It is also regarded as a beautiful day out.
Members of the public are welcome to visit the Yeovil College Creative Showcase, Art exhibition and Film Screening between Tuesday 20th June and Thursday 22nd June, between 10am and 4pm, at Sparkford Hall. No need to book, everyone is welcome.