Talented artists from Boston College are set to showcase their work at an exhibition at the White Hart Hotel.
Last year, for the first time, the college took its annual showcase of students’ work off campus to open it up to the public.
The mothballed Haven Gallery was reopened by Boston Borough Council to accommodate two free-admission exhibitions in June and July.
This year the White Hart Hotel is hosting the college’s ‘all walk-in’ photography and art exhibition from 10am to 4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, June 3, 4 and 5.
Co-organiser and photography lecturer Danyelle Farrell said: “Last year was a tremendous success. We were able to open up the exhibition to the public in a way we had never done before.
“Having an off-campus location showed that there was a real appetite for what our students can offer, so it’s great to have a town centre exhibition at the White Hart this year.”
College students will be showing up to 50 works of art, including drawings, paintings, photos, sculptures, prop design, printmaking, animation and architecture.
The work will represent the best work produced by the students, who will be exhibiting their final major project before graduating.
All students are working towards BTech Level 3 qualification in art and design and photography.