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Fine Art and Millinery Students Make Their Mark In London

Fine Art and Millinery Students Make Their Mark In London

Our talented students are showcasing their skills across London this weekend (Friday May 9 – Sunday May11).

‘Hidden’: Fine Art Exhibition, Crypt Gallery

Discover new work as our Fine Art students take over the Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, Euston Road to stage their exhibition ‘Hidden’. The historic gallery forms the backdrop for a stunning collection of installation artwork including painting, sculpture and digital art.

The labyrinth of atmospheric nooks and crannies at the gallery provides each artist with the chance to work within a unique architectural space, exploring their own unique themes.

‘Hidden’ is free to attend and runs from Friday May 9th to Sunday May 11th. The gallery is open 11am – 7pm Friday – Saturday, and 11am – 4pm on Sunday.

For more info: http://www.cryptgallery.org.uk/current_exhibitions.htm

Hand made in Britain: Chelsea Old Town Hall

Our equally talented Millinery alumni will also be taking centre stage this weekend as they take part the prestigious Handmade in Britain Contemporary Crafts and Design Fair. The high-profile event brings together a beautiful collection of work created by talented designers including Kensington and Chelsea College’s esteemed millinery alumni; Sophie Beale, Beth Simpson, Iona Montgomery, Martine Henry, Mary Franck and Sarah Cant.

The fair takes place at the Chelsea Old Town Hall, from Friday May 9th to Sunday May 11th. The fair is open 11am – 7pm on Friday and 11am – 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.

For more info: http://www.handmadeinbritain.co.uk/chelsea-14/may/about/