Final year fine art students will showcase their work at an end of year degree show in Douglas.
The degree students’ work will be displayed at their exhibition, entitled ‘Essentia’, at Market Hall on North Quay.
It will be open from Monday to Saturday from tomorrow (Friday) to Tuesday, June 14 between 9am to 5pm.
This will be the first year that University College Isle of Man, formerly known as Isle of Man College of Further and Higher Education, will have students graduating with a bachelors degree awarded by the University of Chester.
Over their three years studying, the students have worked with film, photography, ceramics, printmaking, textiles and other digital processes.
Higher education manager Gail Corrin said: ‘The use of Douglas Market Hall for the Fine Art and Visual Communications degrees is an excellent example of how island based higher education contributes not only to the students’ academic and professional development but importantly how it also enriches our broader community.
‘This exhibition is testament to the quality and capability of students as artists.’