Nature in focus for Heartwood Forest photographic show
- Credit: Amy Tindall
Photography students are set to show off their nature-themed snaps at an outdoor exhibition near Sandridge today (Saturday).
The Unearthed exhibition, to be held at Heartwood Forest as part of a partnership with the Woodland Trust, will give spectators the chance to view the work of University of Herts students in a unique setting.
Photography lecturer Diane Bielik said: “Staging this photography exhibition has offered the first year BA students lots of really valuable challenges and opportunities.
“They have been asked to respond to a theme, work with an external client, produce work and stage a pop up exhibition in an unconventional outdoor space – all fantastic achievements for this group of ambitious young photographers.”
Woodland Trust site manager Louise Neicho said: “We’re thrilled to have Hertfordshire students display their work at Heartwood Forest again, it’s always a pleasure to see the art scattered throughout the woods.”
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The free one-day event is open to all from 10.30am until 6pm with parking available at the forest car park on Sandridge High Street.
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