24th May 2010, 11:05am
Eclectic exhibition of student creativity on show this summer
Work by Illustration student Tom Sulley from the 2009 exhibitions With stunning depictions of World War II bombing raids through to cutting-edge furniture designs, one of the most eclectic exhibitions in the East Midlands’ cultural calendar takes place in Lincoln this summer.

Final year art, architecture and design students from the University of Lincoln will showcase the best of their burgeoning portfolios in a series of spectacular public shows.

Up-and-coming artists, designers, animators and photographers have hand-picked their finest work to go on display at venues around the city from Monday 7 to Thursday 17 June 2010.

Aspiring architects will display their innovative ideas, while conservators from Lincoln’s renowned Conservation and Restoration programme will exhibit the fascinating historic objects they have meticulously restored.

For many undergraduates in the University’s Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, it will be the first time their work has been open to public scrutiny.

The exhibition season got underway in style when Fashion Studies students revealed their designs at the University’s annual fashion show at the Engine Shed on Friday 21 May.

The Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design Final Shows 2010 take place from Monday 7 to Thursday 17 June (private viewings are on Friday 4 June).

The exhibitions take place across the University’s Lincoln campuses, including at Brayford Pool, Thomas Parker House, Chad Varah House and the Greestone Centre. Admission is free to all the exhibitions. Opening times vary but are generally 10am-4pm Monday to Friday.

For more details on opening times and venues, visit www.lincoln.ac.uk, email: aadenquiries@lincoln.ac.uk or phone 01522 837171. For information on the fashion show, visit www.comingintofashion.co.uk.
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