FUSE is a collective group of our BA Fine Art, 3D Design Craft and Graphic Design students.
These undergraduate courses are designed to promote creativity, stimulate independent and critical thought, and celebrate the diversity that all three disciplines can offer; everything from sculpture, paintings, prints, textiles, graphic design, animation, illustration, photography and furniture design.
From Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd of May, they will be exhibiting their work at 5th Base Gallery in London. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet those behind the exhibit, view live demonstrations and explore the full diversity of these talented individuals.
The exhibition is free, open to everyone, and no booking is required. The times of the exhibit are as follows:
Come and support the artists of tomorrow!
All courses are represented at this open event but facilities for some courses are located on our Quarles Campus or the Rainham Construction Centre which both have their own open events where you can see the facilities and equipment.
There will be students around on the night, so you can talk to them about what they think of life at the college.
If you need information on careers, funding or travel, amongst other things our student services team will be available to talk to you.
If you would like to apply for a course on the evening our admissions team will be there to help you complete your application to ensure you stand the best possible chance of getting your place on your chosen course.
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Havering College offer a full range of apprenticeships to suit all. Our apprenticeship team will be on hand throughout the evening to help you find a course that meets your academic and career aspirations and we will also be offering:
Learning Support can offer assistance to people who have/are:
On Tuesday 11th June our creative arts students will be putting on two renditions of incredibly well-known and well-received plays.
Firstly, Everyman is a late 15th-century morality play. The premise is that the good and evil deeds of one's life will be tallied by God after death. Everyman learns that when you are brought to death and placed before God, all you are left with is your own good deeds. The play focuses on the choices one makes throughout life, but will Everyman be able to reverse their bad ways for good? Join us on the evening to find out.
Secondly, Romeo & Juliet is a one of Shakespeare's most famous plays. It is a love story about two young star-crossed lovers whose romance is strictly forbidden by their families due to an ongoing feud between them. Join us as our students put a modern twist on this classic hit.
Everyman kicks off at 4pm and Romeo & Juliet at 6pm in our drama studios. Tickets for both plays are free of charge and will be distributed on a first come first served basis.
Please come and show your support to the actors of tomorrow.