A Forfar student is bidding good bye to Dundee College by displaying her work in the biggest ever End of Year Show ever staged.
Kali Tsokaropoulou is one of 900 students involved in this year’s creative and digital industries End of Year Show being staged at the Gardyne Campus. The former Forfar Academy pupil has just completed HNC contemporary art.
Kali’s work is on show alongside not only other works from art and design students but also a wide variety of creative media including performing arts, fashion, animation, computing photography and 3D design.
“This is the first year the exhibition has been staged at the Gardyne Campus which opened in August and the show organisers saw the light and airy surroundings as an opportunity to pull all the disciplines together,” commented the 18-year-old, who is heading off to study at university after the summer. “I’m really thrilled to be showing my work alongside all the other talented students from various courses. They’ve even managed to convert one of the rooms here on the third floor of the campus into a cinema where we are showing animations created from HND 3D computer animation.” The show at the Gardyne Campus is open until Tuesday, June 12 (9am-8pm Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm Friday, 10am-4pm Saturday). The college is closed June 2-5.