Talented art, design and photography students have been awarded prizes for their final projects at an end-of-year artshow.
Prizes were awarded to Zoe Jukes by the Principal Graham Pennington for her piece Road of a Lifetime and to Megan Hill by Reyahn King from Sandwell Arts Café for her piece entitled Tested.
Governors also gathered to congratulate the winners at the Central Sixth prizegiving.
The show is a diverse mix of creative work including traditional and digital photography landscapes, portraits, documentary and impressionistic shots.
Artwork collections featured a sculptural dress made of origami to inspire people to donate to cancer research charities, and the ‘Marble’ entrance dome skylight in the college’s former Smethwick campus in Crocketts Lane.
Abstract sculpture pieces have been inspired by medical experimentation, portraits and heartfelt work.
Head of creative industries and performing arts, Angela Tombs, said: “Our students are taught technical, aesthetic and theoretical aspects of art, photography, media and fashion. “Many of them will use their talents in the future to go to university or work in the creative industries.
“We want people to be amazed and inspired by what our young people can do.”
Zoe hand paints her winning piece Road of a Lifetime for the artshow