Bath College is delighted to announce that they will be running a Summer Arts Festival which will run from 21st June – 7th July in and around the college’s City Centre Campus.
There will be events for everyone, with a creative arts show, displaying works from students of all levels studying Art & Design, Graphic Design, Product Design, Photography, Fashion & Textiles and Media Publishing.
Throughout the 2-week programme there will be events such as pop-up cinema, live music and will end with the annual Love2Learn Art and Crafts Show and Sale. The art on display will have been created by talented local artists who have taken part in a college leisure course.
With live music from our Extended Diploma Music Students fresh from their recent European tour and trip to Paris. Originally devised theatre from Bath Theatre Academy (showings at 6pm and 7pm), street food, a cocktail bar, a pop-up cinema showcasing innovative television and film work. Our Creative Arts Exhibition showcases the exceptional and exciting work of our Art, Fashion, Graphics, publishing, Product Design learners across all levels. Bath College will be transformed into a celebration of the arts.
Creative Arts Exhibition containing the exceptional and exciting work of our Art, Fashion, Graphics, publishing, Photography, Product Design and Music Technology learners across all levels.
An opportunity to catch a new film, advert or television show, new and devised work from our Media and Production learners.
A curation of original art and craft work from our talented love to learn students, with live music from Reverend Bob and the Devil May Cares. Prizes for Love2Learn students of the year will be awarded at 7pm.
A further opportunity to witness the curation of the original art and craft work from our talented love to learn students and meet current students.Many of the artworks will be for sale.
Jon Domaille, Head of Creative Arts & Enterprise at Bath College said; “We are looking forward to opening our doors to Bath and the surrounding area, inviting the public in to see the sheer talent of our students and staff. We hope to see lots of visitors come and make the most of our free Summer Arts Festival and that it will become a regular slot on the Bath arts calendar.”