Trio of awards as university students take lead roles in arts and design


Visual arts students at Solihull Sixth Form College have been recognized for their exceptional coursework this year.

BTEC Art and Design Practice students organized an exhibition of their work for members of the Arts Society Arden.

Three prizes of £ 200 each were awarded for what the Company deemed to be the best work.

Among the successful students, Farzana Akter did work related to home furnishings, designing and upholstering an armchair and designing wall hangings.

Farzana, formerly of Tile Cross Academy, is heading to Birmingham City University to study towards a BA (Hons) in Textile Design.

Former Tudor Grange Academy student Nina Dredger also won an award for her sculptural work, which made extensive use of color.

Nina moves to York University to study art history.

Langley School alumnus Charlie Wells won an award for his architectural model, which featured great attention to detail.

He chose to pursue a degree in architecture at the University of Liverpool after graduating from college.

Program Manager Zoe Maksymiw said, “We are grateful to the Arts Society Arden for their generosity.

“They have supported the college’s visual arts department for many years and the awards they give mean a lot to students.

“They had great things to say about the quality of work of our BTEC students, which was great to hear.”


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