Undergraduate students from Surface Design, Interior Design, Floral Design & Events Management and Production for Live Events & Television as well as further education students from Photography, Graphic Design, Sound Design & Technology are about to unveil their work in their final year exhibition ‘Upside Down’ which opens tonight (16 June) with a private viewing from 6pm.
A diverse range of work from large format photography, printed garments, interactive wallpaper, sound installations and floral designs produced by over 400 students across the College will feature in the show, which is open to the public and free of charge from Friday 17 until Wednesday 22 June 2011.
If you’re planning on visiting the show, here’s a pictorial guide of what’s exhibiting and where you can find it.
In the Galleries on the Third Floor of the Workshop Block you can find work by our FdA and BA Surface Design students. On private view night there will be live repeat pattern screenprinting (pictured above) and at 7pm and 8pm there will be a performance titled, ‘Dancing Canvas’ courtesy of BA student Clara Shephard. ”The idea behind the work is to create a moving painting,” says Clara. She has pained a seven metre by five metre canvas upon which 10 dancers will perform.
Approximately 80 ABC Photography students will exhibit in the Upper Street (pictured above) all the way through to the Well Galleries. Look out for work by Stuart Howat, Nicette Makkinga, Ross Paxton, David Sessions and Nicola Taylor.
Over 60 designers from the ABC Diploma Graphic Design (pictured above) are showcasing their design projects in the Lower Street Gallery.
Our Interior Designers – FdA, BA and ABC are exhibiting their work in The Gallery.
Students from Production for Live Events and Television (above) are exhibiting their work in a large teepee in the Atrium Gallery.
Make your way up to the fourth Floor of the Media Block and you’ll find an array of beautiful flower designs by our Floral Design students.
Downstairs our sound designers are exhibiting on the first floor of the Media Block and in Rooms M108, M112 and M113. Be sure to check out some of their interactive sound installations and don’t miss live performances throughout the evening in the canteen and the Student Union bar.
Finally, don’t forget to look out for the Shop (turn right as you enter LCC and keep walking past the multi-coloured chairs) where we’ll be selling student work and Round About Ts. Enjoy the Show!
If you can’t make it, we’ll be doing our best to keep you up to date on all the latest show news via the #lccra hastag on our Twitter account @LCCLondon. And If you can make it do tell us what you think.
See our full Summer Shows listings here.