End of year show for creative Ayrshire students
Creative arts students at Ayrshire College showed off their work at an end of year show.
Students from all Creative courses presented their artwork to visitors, friends and family at the College’s Ayr Campus.
HNC Visual Communication student Erin Copeland, 20 from Ayr, said “I feel the Visual Communication course has given me a wider range of skills which will allow me to go in different directions. I would quite like to work in animation. The lecturers have been really great and so supportive.”
NC Art and Design student Joao Luis, 19 from Kilmarnock, said “I have really enjoyed studying at Ayrshire College, it has helped me discover my natural self and made me a better student. I’m going on to Grays School of Art in Aberdeen to study painting.”
HNC Photography student Samantha Skivington, 39 from Stranraer, said “College has been a total learning curve, I would definitely recommend it to anyone. I’m progressing to the HND course at Kilwinning and am really looking forward to it. My career ambition would be to open a gallery specialising in fine art and monochrome photography.”
Peter McClurg, Visual Communication lecturer at Ayrshire College, said “I’m so proud of the work our students have created this year. They have all done so well and most of them are going into employment or higher education with their first choice university.
“This year I feel the range of skills our students have been learning has been really important. As well as graphic design they have been doing photography, web design and illustration, so they can take these skills and go in any direction they choose.”
22 June 2017