Former Art student interviewed at AOI exhibition
Award-winning former Eastleigh College Art student interviewed at Association of Illustrators Exhibition
Nate Kitch, a former Eastleigh College Pre-degree Foundation Diploma in Art, Design and Media student, has been awarded the 'New Talent' winner in the 'Self-Initiated' category by the Association of Illustrators (2013). Watch the You Tube video of Nate being interviewed at Somerset House in London at the opening of the Illustrators Awards exhibition. Nate tells us about his career to date and his excitement at being involved in the exhibition that involves art work from a wide range of mediums and sectors.
Nate's work has been published in New Scientist and Wired and he has worked for clients including Ted Baker and Condé Nast.
The Pre-degree Foundation Diploma in Art, Design and Media offers an opportunity to fully explore a range of disciplines and career opportunities available within the creative industries and provides the transition to degree level. Visit www.eastleigh.ac.uk to find out more.
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