Nature in focus for Heartwood Forest photographic show

University of Hertfordshire students are set to show off their work in the Unearthed photography exh

University of Hertfordshire students are set to show off their work in the Unearthed photography exhibition at Heartwood forest on Saturday. Picture: Amy Tindall - Credit: Amy Tindall

Photography students are set to show off their nature-themed snaps at an outdoor exhibition near Sandridge today (Saturday).

The student snappers' work will be on display at Heartwood forest near Sandridge. Picture: Amy Tinda

The student snappers' work will be on display at Heartwood forest near Sandridge. Picture: Amy Tindall - Credit: Amy Tindall

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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