Weston College students launch an interactive art exhibition in response to the occupation of Bristol's College Green
By YouPR | Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 10:32
AUDIENCE participation will be a vital part of a week-long interactive art exhibition by Weston College students launched in Bristol on March 14th.
Weston College students hold interactive art exhibition in Bristol
'Occupy Bristol' by Foundation Degree students will take over gallery space in the Parlour Showrooms and highlight the recent occupation of College Green, opposite.
Visitors will be invited to contribute their ideas and thoughts to the project which will build and develop in the wake of viewers' responses over the week.
Weston College Photo Media tutor Richard Edkins said: "The collected ideas will be translated into artworks through sculpture, film, photography and projection."
There will be live Music by Wolfhound, Access Denied and Chronik Haze by musicians on the College's Music Performance Diploma.
The exhibition runs until 19th March 11 - 6pm. To find out more about the show and view some of their work visit: www.photomedia-weston.co.uk
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