Students visit Bristol to gain tips and inspiration

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HEREFORD art students have been getting creative in Bristol.

The group of 30 visited Nelson Street, which is one of the West Country city's most famous spots for street art.

Students took a tour through the streets to Stokes Croft China to take part in a graffiti workshop and created a 40ft-long mural.

Other Hereford College of Art students took part in a stencilling workshop in the centre’s ceramic studio.

Jacob Rock, who teaches level 2 Diploma in Art and Design, said: "This was all made possible through the generous grant funding of the Sylvia Short Educational Charity based in Hereford, whose support has enabled our students to benefit from this incredible experience and the opportunity to develop their skills in the creative industries.”

Students will use their new skills to create artwork for their final project of their year which will be displayed at the Hereford College of Arts Summer Show from June 14 to June 22 at the Folly Lane and College Road campuses.

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10:59am Mon 9 Jun 14

reargrinder- says...

it was a very good day :D
it was a very good day :D reargrinder-
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