Following an internal competition, Huddersfield New College has revealed the five students whose work will be featured in the Sixth Form College Association’s (SFCA’s) national 2021 exhibition which is titled ‘Fake News: reflections on how hard it is to discern today’s truth.’

As part of the College’s enrichment programme, students from across all study programmes have been encouraged to get creative and express their views on this topic through the creation of a piece of art in a medium of their choice. Now the top five creations have been selected, and will be part of the SFCA’s national exhibition and will be displayed alongside work from students from across the country. This prestigious national exhibition attracts the attention of specialist art galleries and institutions and each of the students who have been chosen to feature in the SFCA exhibition will also receive a prize of an Amazon voucher from College. 

Below from L-R you can view the work of the top five students who will now feature in the SFCA national exhibition which will run 1st – 4th July. The winning pieces are:

•    Just say no by Shania Bowie 
•    Is it worth it? Fariha Ajmal 
•    I am a product of the problem by Jasmine Harrowsmith 
•    Flora by Megan Halton 
•    Homeland by Karolina Cyrek 

Kam Rogerson, Assistant Principal comments: “Regardless of study programme, our students get creative to develop their skills, artistic sensitivity and their ability to interact with others. SFCA’s national exhibition is a fantastic way for our young people to reflect on current topics and express themselves through the medium of art. We have had some fantastic entries, and choosing the top five to go forward to feature in the exhibition was a difficult decision. The SFCA exhibition is highly prestigious, and we look forward to seeing our young people feature in the July exhibition, alongside hundreds of young people from across the UK who are all reflecting upon this current and sometimes controversial topic.”

SFCA art exhibition


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