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 Boston College students impress in their Art and Photography Exhibition and Media Awards Show

Last week saw Boston Colleges Art, Media and Photography students celebrate their hard work and effort they put in during their course by taking part in exhibitions and award shows.

The exhibitions highlighted the students incredible talent and offered the opportunity for the students to display their art.The Photography and Art & Design exhibitions are annual events for the Boston College’s Visual Arts & Media Department.  

This year, the two courses were split into two separate exhibitions due to the large amount of work being produced by the students. Photography displayed work at Fydell House, and the Art & Design students displayed their work in the College Atrium. The Programme Area Manager for the department, Tim White, stated, “The quality and diversity of the work being exhibited this year was to a very high standard.  It was fantastic that the learners had the opportunity to present their work in a professional setting, giving them vital industry experience as they move forward in their chosen fields. The strength of our courses lies in promoting industry practices, so this was a fantastic success”.   

The Media Awards are the annual event for the Boston College Visual Arts and Media department to celebrate the high level of film, graphic design, print and photography design work carried out by the students for this academic year. 

The theme for this year show was ‘Film Characters’ and all the learners and staff got on board and dressed up for the event.  Each student won their individual category, which ranged from all the Media styles delivered on the varied course.  A special Fellowship Award was presented to North Tuck for Media, and Chloe Webster for Graphic Design, for their high level of effort and attainment over their time in the department.
Tim White added, “These awards are important to celebrate all the high level work being produced by students throughout the academic year.  The winners have excelled in each media field and can continue to build on these skills in the next stage of their education, be it university or Year 2.  As staff, we are really proud of what they have achieved.”

For more information on courses in Art & Design, Media and Photography please visit our course pages

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