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Student creates 'exceptional work' on future of environment

CELEBRATED: Garfield Robinson

A STUDENT from south London has been honoured for his “exceptional work” concerning the future of the environment.

Now in its sixth year, Origins is a celebration of the exceptional work being produced by students undertaking University of the Arts London (UAL).

Garfield Robinson, a 19-year-old student in Level 1 Diploma in Art Design & Media at Lewisham Southwark College, came up with the piece, entitled Killer Smog, to show concern for how the environment is being treated.

His work, described as “exceptional” by curators, was featured in an exhibition, which also showcased work by students studying for UAL Awarding Body’s Creative Media and Art and Design qualifications (including FAD) at Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Hundreds of pieces of work were submitted by teachers from the 130+ institutions that deliver UAL Awarding Body qualifications nationwide.

The exhibition featured work by 104 students from institutions across England, plus one from the FLA School of Arts in South Korea. For many of the students, this is the first time they have exhibited outside of a school or college environment.

Origins ran from July 27-30, 2016, at London’s Menier Gallery.

The exhibition was free to attend and visited by students, staff, friends and family of exhibitors and the general public.

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