FINE FINISH: Coffs Harbour TAFE furniture design students will display their work in November.
FINE FINISH: Coffs Harbour TAFE furniture design students will display their work in November.

Student pieces are works of art

SUMPTUOUS design and meticulous joinery combine to make the works coming out of Coffs Harbour TAFE furniture design courses works of art in their own right.

Fittingly, this year's crop of students will present a pop-up exhibition in Harbour Drive's Boulevard Arcade in the first half of next month.

The North Coast Institute of TAFE has offered education and training in the field for more than 10 years and over that time students have produced incredibly intricate work whether studying Certificate II or an Advanced Diploma.

Students work in a range of materials from fine timbers to metal and fabric to create their one-off pieces.

The exhibition is the final part of the year's study, showing off the combination of practical, hands-on skills and design disciplines they have worked on through the course.

Graduates of the Coffs Harbour course have gone on to be recognised in design competitions and showcases.

This year's exhibition will run from November 1 until November 15. Students are hoping as many people as possible will be able to attend and see the amazing creativity on show.

Opening night will be Friday, October 31 from 6pm.

For application inquiries or information, call TAFE on 1300 6282 33 or email nci.courseinfo@tafensw.edu.au.



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