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Celebrate the next generation with us and help give young artists a platform to showcase their work by joining us at Swiss Church or by reposting our runway live on Instagram, May 30th.
To celebrate the work of young, UK trained designers, Holly Fulton, award-winning designer and Head of Fashion at Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts, will be hosting a graduate show for her BA (Hons) Fashion students on May 30th 2018 at Swiss Church.
Based in Cambridge, the BA (Hons) Fashion course encourages creativity whilst equipping each student with the skills to work in the ever diversifying fashion industry.
Karin Askham, Rector of Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts said, ‘We’re thrilled to be hosting this event. Giving young artists, who will shape the future of their industries, a platform to showcase their creativity and evolution as a personal designer is immensely important to us'.
Notes for Editors
Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts (CSVPA) is one of the UK’s leading providers of Art & Design, Fashion, Drama and Music pathway and degree programmes. CSVPA provides a unique and highly personalised method of learning, creating an environment in which to nurture, educate and encourage creative individuals.
Over the last 30 years they have increased their portfolio to include Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees, and established links with leading companies including Hearst Magazines UK, publishers of ELLE, ELLE Decoration, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire and Cosmopolitan. CSVPA teaches with the belief that learning should be both effective and enjoyable. www.csvpa.com
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