We are excited to announce that the artwork of QMC second-year students studying the Cambridge Technical Extended Dipolma in Art and Design will be showcased at the Proteus Creation Space from February 26th to 29th.
Teaming up with the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, our students have created their own designs for a local bench as part of their work experience placement for the ‘Streets Alive’ project.
The public will have the chance to vote for their favourite design at the exhibition, where the winning creation will be painted on the bench in Spring 🎨
‘Streets Alive’ has attracted contributions from some of Basingstoke’s finest artists and storytellers. We can’t wait to see a student from The QMC School of Creative Arts join this esteemed roster, marking the first student work to be featured in the amazing project 🌟
Join us for this momentous occasion and cast your vote! 🗳️
A group of first and second year A Level Film Studies students took part in the Plymouth College of Arts 72hr Film Challenge this weekend…and won!
The students, Crystal Fraser, Joe Hall, Ryan Baker, Ryan May-Miller, Tommy Damiral, Sam Mcleod and Rhiann Gilman, were tasked with creating a 7minute film, from scratch, with the title ‘The Cure’, theme ‘festive’, prop ‘present box’ and a line of dialogue ‘ What’s in the box?’.
Our students devised and filmed everything on Friday. Tommy and Ryan MM, despite both having part time jobs at the weekend, worked through the night to complete their final edits in time for Monday’s deadline.
The winner was announced last night via a Youtube Live of the event and the students have won the college a GoPro 10, paid entry into other film festivals, tickets to the cinema and a consultation with a filmmaking lecturer from Plymouth.