University of Suffolk art students study work of Gaudi on Barcelona trip
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A group of art students based at West Suffolk College studied the work of Antoni Gaudi on a trip to Barcelona to enhance their course work.
The group of 26 University of Suffolk students, who are based in Bury St Edmunds, visited the Sagrada Familia – the largest unfinished Roman Catholic church in the world – as well as taking in other works and buildings in the city.
Sian Horn, course leader of the BA (Hons) graphic and communication design, said: “This trip was brilliant, not only for the cultural exposure, enriching the students’ wider learning experience, but also for forming memories and new friendships.
“It has aided the students with their final major projects and was a great starting point for their research.”
Student Lauren Jones said: “It was a really good trip well organised, cram-packed with lots to see and do.”
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Ben Cooper, student, said: “An epic team bonding experience, and an exciting city to visit.”
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