A KIRKCALDY student has been showcasing her artistic talents as part of Adam Smith College’s recent Creative Industries Show.
Ami Kevan, who is studying art and design, created the impressive images as part of her BA Visual Communication course and it was based on two projects.
The 21-year-olds film focused on anti-piracy of music and film while her large graphic called ‘A Moment Shed’ was about how memories fade as you get older, but can be called upon to give you a lift when feeling down.
Ami said: “I originally went to Napier University to study Interior Architecture but soon realised it was the graphic design side that I preferred and so I came to Adam Smith.
My degree course is now finished and I am hoping to secure work in motion graphics.”
The Creative Show, held in the atrium space at St Brycedale Campus, is one of the most inspirational events of the college calendar where students exhibit the very best of their year’s work.
A wide range of specialisms were on view including: animation, glass fusion, furniture production, graphics, fashion, jewellery, sculpture, textiles, interior design and hair and beauty.
A fashion show was also held to exhibit the students’ great work.
Dougi McMillan, department manager for Creative Technologies, said: “The Creative Industries Show is one of the highlights of the college year which we all look forward to. This year proved to be just as successful as previous years.