Art & Design student finds innovative way to submit major project work

A student studying Art & Design has demonstrated excellent initiative during unprecedented times to find new methods to submit parts of his final major project work.

Dominic-Main

A student studying Art & Design has demonstrated excellent initiative during unprecedented times to find new methods to submit parts of his final major project. 

Students were required to submit research for their final major projects, where they were tasked with exploring a variety of different artistic mediums to present their findings. 

Dominic Cesena, a Level 3 Multimedia Design & Animation student went above and beyond, producing visual storyboards and analysis of a variety of art forms from toxic art to mythical adaptations of a red deer stag. 

Dominic’s work explored artists such as John Sabraw, Andy Goldsworthy and displayed a visual storyboard inspired by ‘Watership Down’ author, Richard Adams. 

Coordinator in Art, Fashion & Design Philip Heath said: “It is both encouraging and heart-warming to see that in these current challenging times, students are engaging with their work and continuing to shine.” 

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