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V&A Collections are reimagined at Morley Gallery

Published Date: 
3 May 2016

Nine of our RACC Art students are taking part in the prestigious Inspired by exhibition, the successful entrants are Charlotte Anstey, Tracey Dryden-Jones, Vicky Furnival-Adams, Haley Haddow, Anna Jablonska, Vanessa Ramasawmy, Sharyn Wortman, Amelia Bertram and Jenni Pink-Costello.

 

Over 90 new works of art and craft inspired by pieces from the Victoria and Albert Museum’s collections will be exhibited at Morley Gallery from 17 May-17 June. The exhibition showcases the results of Inspired by…, a national arts competition for adult learners originally launched by the V&A and entrusted to Morley Gallery since 2014.


The works on display include textiles, fashion and jewellery through to sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, painting, and – new for 2016 – digital media; and draw from an even broader range of artefacts for inspiration.

 

The exhibited works have been selected from over 350 entries from across the UK by an esteemed panel of V&A curators.


Emma jane Avery, Director of Learning and Visitor Experience at the V&A says: “Inspired by… is now in its seventeenth year and I am delighted that the Victoria and Albert Museum continues to be a part [of it]. “The exhibition always presents an excellent, high-quality snapshot of creative practice amongst adult learners and this year is no exception.”

 

Inspired by… is open to the public from 17 May – 17 June 2016 at Morley Gallery, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT and entry is free. Opening times vary. For further information visit ww.morleycollege.ac.uk/gallery or call 020 7450 1826.

 

Reformed Glass by Jenni Pink-Costello

 

Reformed Glass by Jenni Pink-Costello

 

Asanoha Clay by Amelia Bertram

 

Asanoha Clay by Amelia Bertram

 

Confuse to Conceal Triptych by Hayley Haddow

Confuse to Conceal Triptych by Hayley Haddow

 

Hong Kong Jenga by Sharyn Wortman

Hong Kong Jenga by Sharyn Wortman

 

Tracy Dryden-Jones

Tracy Dryden-Jones

 

Lea 27s Tales Photograph by Vanessa Ramasawmy

Lea 27s Tales Photograph by Vanessa Ramasawmy

 

'Gör Sig Fria' is the title of the piece which is 'Make Themselves Free' in Swedish by Vicky Furnival-Adams

'Gör Sig Fria' is the title of the piece which is 'Make Themselves Free' in Swedish by Vicky Furnival-Adams


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