Treloar College Arts & Media ‘Reflection’ Exhibition goes online

Posted on 7th Aug 2020 in Specialist college, School news

Each year, Treloar College in Alton, Hampshire has a summer Arts and Media exhibition to showcase student work. Unfortunately due to coronavirus (COVID-19), it wasn’t possible this year, so instead an online exhibition book has been produced. The theme of the work was ‘Reflection’.

Staff members Gemma, Caroline, Colin and Turlough said in the introduction to the work:

“Though we are very upset at not being able to host the yearly student summer exhibition at Treloar’s, it has instead given us the opportunity to produce an online exhibition book, celebrating the highlights of our students’ achievements over what has turned out to be possibly the strangest year ever, with the COVID-19 ‘lockdown’ forcing most students and staff to work remotely from home since mid-March.

Even more impressive then, to see such an exciting and diverse range of talent, as most of the work in this book was created by our students in the first half of the academic year 2019-20.

As always it’s been a pleasure to work alongside all of our Arts & Media students at Treloar’s, who never fail to inspire us with their humour and often wacky creativity!”

They also go on to thank the supporting staff who have “worked tirelessly to help enable our students to achieve such amazing things”.

The full online exhibition book was shared with parents, carers and families to view.


Phoebe Leech - Animation

Emily Harvey - Portrait

Lloyd Carroll - Food

Harriet Bond - Animal Art