Croydon College second year Level 3 Art and Design students are developing their own deconstruct projects to mark Black History Month.

The Arts department is working closely with the Horniman Museum this year who have lent the College 13 objects originating from West Africa and other BAME cultures. These traditional objects will be used by our students for research and inspiration for their final pieces.

We are lucky enough to have these objects with us till Wednesday 9 December, when they will be returned to the museum. If you are a current Croydon College student and interested in viewing these objects please contact Head of Arts, Natalie Garner.

To find out more about how the College is celebrating Black History Month, please click here (https://croydon.ac.uk/black-history-month-2020/).

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