CLASSWORK from students will be showcased in Dunfermline from today (Thursday).

As Fire Station Creative re-opens its doors, the talents of HND students from Fife College will be put on display.

Visitors to the gallery can expect to see work from students studying Photography, Jewellery and ‘Fashion Design and Production with Retail’.

There will also be a small selection of work by ‘Creative Enterprise in Creative Industry’ degree students.

Overall, there will be a selection of work across approximately 60 students.

Sarah Halliwell, academic head of the faculty of creative industries, said: “We are delighted to celebrate our students’ success in overcoming the challenges throughout the COVID crisis to create work which can now be enjoyed by the public.

"We value our partnerships with our external partners like Fire Station Creative to add not just academic value but also commercial and employment opportunities for our students.”

The main focus of the show, titled ‘Overcoming COVID’, will be photography and jewellery with some mood boards, source books and fashion designs to celebrate the process of fashion, not just the end product.

Stephen Watson, one of the students to have work featured in the show, said: "The past year has been hard as a student but it gave me time for personal growth.

"I have used some of my work as an outlet for my feelings. I look forward to seeing how other creatives have channelled their emotions into their work.”

The exhibition will run from Thursday to May 30.

Entry is free but face masks must be worn with a one-metre social-distancing restriction in place.