Not just one but 3 exhibitions currently in the Midlands that feature HCA Photography degree students.
In Birmingham Bob Langridge and Lorna Brown have been selected for the prestigious New Arts West Midland Exhibition which is on at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in the heart of the city.
Private view was last Thursday and show is up till 6th May. This is the second time Lorna has been part of NAWM as she has been selected as one of the most successful alumni to show new work. She is currently working on a commission for the National Trust.
Lorna and Bob in center with delighted HCA tutors Alex and Dan at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery last Thursday.
Show no 2 is First year work at De Koffiepot Gallery in Hereford. Still on for a few days it features a range of lovely work from studio and location projects. Poster below.
Last but not least is a fabulous exhibition at the Courtyard Art Center in Hereford featuring students Rhys Phillips, Steven Fratson and Emma Pritchard. Following in the footsteps of Derek Evans who photographed the Hop harvest in Herefordshire during the 60s Rhys, Emma and Steven went out to visit a number of farms to record how hop farming and the harvest has changed over all these years.
image by Emma Pritchard
Image by Steven Fratson
Image by Rhys Phillips