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Art students let their imaginations run riot for Jumpstart




Students who took part in Suffolk Artlink's Jumpstart Project ANL-151216-153547001
Students who took part in Suffolk Artlink's Jumpstart Project ANL-151216-153547001

From underwater worlds to a nightclub in an umbrella, the artworks by 13 students in Suffolk Artlink’s Jumpstart Project were certainly varied.

It created an exhibition across four locations in Bury St Edmunds town centre for students on an installation art course led by Carrie Pheonix, Gareth Bayliss and Kate Warner.

Other topics included moveable bumper cars, a film about a deaf blind bear and a Chelsea football club mobile, with each student focusing on their personal interests to create an installation of their own.

A selection of their work is at Moyse’s Hall Museum until Monday.



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