4th July 2018

First year Level 3 UAL Fine Art Diploma student Jasmine Meekings has recently seen her work presented to a Minister in Westminster.

Jasmine Meekings

Local Growth Minister Jake Berry MP agreed to meet a special delegation from Torbay in Westminster. He heard about the Herald Express’ ‘Now Is The Time’ campaign – which aims to promote Torbay and recognise and celebrate success in the Bay to encourage investment in the area. The delegation comprised members of Torbay Together, a strategic task force set up in the Bay from across public, private and community sectors, unified to make Torbay a prosperous place to live and work.

 

Credit Jake Berry MP Instagram @jakeberrymp

Jasmine was hand-picked to work on a special project for the meeting. She hand-painted Russian Dolls which signified the many layers of Torbay. Each doll represented key areas such as education, health, housing, business and coastal community.

Affectionately nicknamed ‘Matilda’, the doll served its purpose of leaving a lasting impression as the Minister pledged to visit Torbay.

Credit: Kevin Foster MP twitter @kevin_j_foster

Jasmine recently won the ‘Course Prize’ at the annual student Art Exhibition and showcase. She hopes to progress with her education and career to become an illustrator.

For more information on Art and Design courses at South Devon College call 08000 380 123 or email [email protected]

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