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Wednesday 11 March saw the launch of Croydon School of Art’s very own art exhibition in the Parfitt gallery, Exploring the Journey. The exhibition runs from Wednesday 11 March to Friday 20 March between 10am and 4:30pm and is open to all members of the public. Please note, there are no weekend showings.

Exploring the Journey features works from extraordinary emerging dual practitioners from the Creative Arts team at Croydon College. The amazing body of work has been chosen by the Head of School, Natalie Garner.

The exhibition includes works by Painter Rebecca Cartwright de Fontenelle, Photographer Tony Croydon, Designer Levy Goff, Filmmaker Thomas Jedski and Ceramist Agata Nowak.

If you would like to visit us here at Croydon College and explore the amazing works, please email marketing@croydon.ac.uk to register your interest.

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