Arts University Bournemouth students exhibit at Durlston Castle, Swanage
Visitors to Durlston Castle can get creative thanks to an exhibition by Arts University Bournemouth.
The award-winning castle, which is owned and managed by Dorset County Council will be hosting an exhibition, called ‘Big Things’, of work by tutors and students from the Short Courses Department between 19 March and 2 April.
It features an eclectic mixture of work, including photography, textiles, fashion, movie models, illustrations, printmaking and jewellery, including some work for sale.
Ali Tuckey, countryside ranger at Durlston Country Park, said: “It’s really exciting to have such a diverse range of work at Durlston and to work alongside the amazing staff and students from Arts University Bournemouth.”
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Pete McKinley, senior officer for short courses at Arts University Bournemouth, said: “As a community-focussed University this is a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate and encourage collaboration and involvement from its residents, in a uniquely, beautiful and outstanding location.
“I hope that by raising awareness of our short course opportunities, we can continue to develop the inclusive and friendly atmosphere of learning and creativity we strongly believe in.”
The exhibition is open every day between 11am and 4pm in the Fine Foundation Gallery at Durlston Castle. Entry and activities are free.
For more information, visit www.durlston.co.ukor aub.ac.uk/courses/all-subjects/short-evening-courses