Oswestry, United Kingdom, December 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Science and Art students from North Shropshire College (NSC) recently spent three days in London, touring world renowned art galleries and museums in the capital. The students visited the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), Tate Modern, the British Museum, the London Museum and the Crime Museum Uncovered Exhibit.
Maninder Padam, graphic design lecturer at NSC, commented, "It was exciting to see the students’ reaction to London, seeing how diverse the city is. It was great that art and science students visited attractions that cross the boundaries between the two disciplines." Level 3 media student, Jade Dean, commented, "The trip was fantastic, the museums were interesting and insightful to look around and the different sights in London were amazing."
Shôn Prebble, science lecturer said, "It was great for the science students to work with students from other courses. The trip was an opportunity for them to see science in action and exhibits that they can’t see in the College, my favourite being Dippy the Diplodocus at the Natural History Museum. It really opened the students’ eyes to developments such as the advances in the collection of forensic evidence and criminal investigation at the Crime Museum." Abi Warham, a Level 3 art and design student, commented, "It was a wonderful trip, the museums were incredible. I just wish we had more time to look around."
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