Wiltshire College & University Centre is hosting its yearly free Creative Arts Exhibition this June.

Publicly exhibiting portfolio pieces from a wide variety of mediums, students across their diverse Creative Arts, Media and Performance faculty will display work at the Chippenham, Salisbury and Trowbridge campuses.

The campus launches will be followed by a private viewing after which, the public is welcome to attend.

The exhibition culminates in an exclusive fashion show at Emmanuel's Yard, Trowbridge, featuring all final creations of over 70 student designers.

Salisbury Journal: The annual event is open to the public and free to attendThe annual event is open to the public and free to attend (Image: Supplied)

Owain Milford, head of faculty for Creative Arts, Media & Performance at WCUC, said: "The students from across our wide range of Creative Arts courses are all extremely talented and its wonderful to be able to exhibit some of the work they have worked tirelessly on over the course of the last academic year.

"Being able to showcase work to the public is an important aspect of an artists’ development, no matter what their field of interest is, so the experience and feedback they will garner from the exhibition will be invaluable as they continue their artistic growth.

"Exhibits will include pieces from a range of areas, including art across a variety of mediums, photography and film, games, fashion, music and performance, so there really is something for everyone. The event is already taking shape and I know students are excited to be able to display their work and share their experiences with family, friends, local experts and the general public."

Salisbury Journal: The exhibition will feature a broad range of work created in various mediumsThe exhibition will feature a broad range of work created in various mediums (Image: Supplied)

Mia Prangley studies Level 3 Art & Design at Chippenham and will be one of more than 100 students taking part in the exhibition at the campus. She said: "I want to be a fashion designer in the future but I chose to study art as I thought it would be really helpful to know more about general art techniques.

"I try to use fashion ideas in whatever I create, even if it isn’t working with textiles. I did GCSEs at school but it didn’t really explore all of the things I want to know so I thought college would be better as a next step. It’s definitely been a really good choice."

The on-campus public exhibition dates are:

  • Trowbridge campus: June 17, 18, 19, 20 (10am-4pm)
  • Chippenham campus: June 19, 20, 21, 24, 25 (10am-2pm)
  • Salisbury campus: June 24, 25, 26, 27 (10am-4pm)