Photography Students are Generating Exposure

A new photography exhibition, Unforeseen, is playing host to the fantastic creative talents of Morley College’s photography students.

14 London based and international students at Morley College’s Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries are exhibiting more than 50 original photographic pieces of their creative work.

All the students are studying on the Higher National Certificate and Higher National Diploma photography courses, taught at the Chelsea centre.

Speaking ahead of the opening night, Matias Shortcook, Principal, Chelsea Centre said:

“Exhibiting our student’s work is always a highlight at Morley. We get to see the progression and creativity of their work and give them an insight into the process of curating an exhibition.

“These works are of a high quality and reflection on the quality of the photography heritage here at the Chelsea centre.”

Exhibited works include a variety of photographic disciplines including documentary, still life, landscape and portraiture.  As well as contemporary digital work, artists are also showing a series created with alternative processes, such as cyanotype, liquid light and palladium printing. 

Open daily from Thursday 26 May to Wednesday 8 June, 10am-5pm weekdays at the Chelsea Centre for the Creative Industries Hortensia Road, London, SW10.

Entrance is free and tickets are available on Eventbrite.

For more information please contact:

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