Hereford College of Arts is inviting members of the public to view its Short Course Exhibition.
The collaborative exhibition showcases the work of both short course students and tutors.
The Short Course Exhibition is an opportunity for the public to get an insight into the range of short courses available at the college, to see the work produced by those attending the courses and ask questions.
Short courses are offered in computer graphics, design crafts, fine art, floristry and gardens, video and photography.
Elgar's statue in front of Hereford Cathedral by Joanna Freeman.
The exhibition will be held at the college's Folly Lane Campus, from Monday November 28 until Friday January 13, with opening times being 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
There will be a private viewing open to the general public, on Wednesday November 30 from 5.30pm to 7pm.
The college hosts a variety of short courses and workshops during the day and evening which provides a chance for everyone to explore their own individual creativity in an environment that recognises and encourages real ambition and exploration.
Hereford Cathedral in darkness by Joanna Freeman.
“I’m delighted to be able to bring The Short Course Exhibition together," said Wendy Tolley, head of short courses.
"Short Courses have been running for four years now and I’m impressed by the standard and quality of work achieved in such a short time.
"It’s such a great opportunity to share it with the community.”
Click here for more information about short courses.
Child with dog by Joanna Freeman.