Barnet and Southgate College is gearing up for its annual creative arts end of year show – and some of the work on display this year is out of this world.

The three-campus college is running a limited numbers in-person show this year of year 2 students’ work due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Visitors will be welcomed to the Wood Street Campus from July 12 – 30 on a booking-only basis.

A virtual exhibition has been published on the college’s website to allow friends, family and admirers to view the wonderful works produced by students this year.

Work is featured from photography, media, animation, fashion and art and design students.

“Since last year we have all had to adapt to some huge challenges in our lives and this has been especially the case for our students and their education experience,” said Lord Levy, president of Barnet and Southgate College.

“Therefore, the launch of this second exhibition presented in this way is such a great achievement for each and every one of our students, tutors and technicians. Each piece of work on display is a testament to their passion and determination both whilst in college and also learning virtually at home, since the pandemic began last year.

“Using digital technologies, the tutors worked collaboratively to support every student to continue to learn and explore their specialist field, and they have adapted remarkably well with the return to face-to-face teaching.”

Lord Levy added: “The student response has been astounding; with many exceeding expectations to produce extremely high standards of creative, challenging and inspiring work. I am sure you will enjoy the 2021 exhibition, as we celebrate the achievements of every one of our students and their exceptional talent.”