Vice Chancellor's Art Showcase

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Purple background with 3 images of works of art including a black and white portrait of the side profile of young woman looking up, an abstract colourful wok of a group of people and an abstract cityscape. The text Vice Chancellor's art showcase is shown in white.

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Aakif Imthiyaz

View winning student artwork that represents the University's strategic theme ‘Vibrant and Inclusive Communities’

The University will be hosting an art exhibition showcasing the very best of our students' artwork as part of an ongoing collection representing one of Loughborough’s Strategic Themes.

The exhibition will be held at West Park Teaching Hub and will feature the winning pieces from the Vibrant and Inclusive Communities art competition that ran earlier this year.  

The artwork on display will address equity, diversity, and inclusion topics, as well as the students’ experience of community as part of the Loughborough family. Through a diverse range of artistic mediums, visitors to the exhibition will be able to explore the theme and gain insight into the experiences and perspectives of our students.  

This exhibition represents an important opportunity for our community to come together and engage with issues that are central to the University's mission and values. By showcasing the talent and creativity of our students, we hope to inspire meaningful conversations about equity, diversity, and inclusion, and to promote a sense of belonging and connectedness among our community members.  

The exhibition will be open for viewing on Monday 12 June from 5pm-7pm. We encourage everyone to attend and engage with the artwork on display, and to celebrate the achievements of our students.  

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West Park Teaching Hub has step-free access into the building and accessible toilets are avaiable. 

For more information about the venue, including photographs, view the access guide for West Park Teaching Hub on AccessAble.

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