Works of Wonder

The Goodwin Gallery

01271 852335
[email protected]

Tuesday 06 June 2017 – Thursday 29 June 2017
Opening Hours: weekdays 10am to 4pm, Saturdays 10am to 3pm


WOW Exhibition Preview Evening
Tuesday 6th June 6pm-9pm
all welcome

Petroc H.E Information Evening

Wednesday 7th June 4pm-7pm
all welcome

Foundation degree students from Petroc will be showcasing their artworks at their Graduate Degree Show at the college's Brannams University Campus from June 6th-30th 2017 together with the B.A. Hons. Professional Development and students from the Art and Design Foundation Diploma and Access will also be exhibiting

The students, who have studied fine art and illustration, will have their work displayed in an exhibition entitled "WOW" - Works of Wonder.

The show opens with a preview on Tuesday June 6th 6 - 9pm with a pop up shop selling original artworks by the students and the Big Pot Kitchen returns with their fabulous food for the evening.

The exhibition will be open to the public during college hours (10am to 4pm) from June 7th- 29th as well as Saturdays 10th/17th/24th June from 10am-3pm

Admission is free and the onsite car park is £1.10 all day

Please email [email protected] if you would like further information or if you are interested in the foundation degrees in Illustration and Fine Art.

Petroc Brannams University Campus is situated on Roundswell Business Park in Barnstaple, Devon and on Wednesday 8th June from 3:30pm till 7:00pm there will be an opportunity to discuss the courses with the tutors at the H.E Event and have a look around the campus as well as visit the exhibition, more details on the Petroc website

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