Martin C. Barry
An exhibition of works created by students of Montreal- and Laval-based Inter-Dec College was held at a trendy St. Laurent Boulevard venue on Aug. 17 to mark their graduation.
Inter-Dec held the event, called Creativity Exposed, in conjunction with the Festival Mode & Design. The show of multidisciplinary and experimental works was a showcase for graduates and advanced students enrolled in Inter-Dec’s schools of beauty, digital arts, VFX, video games and interior design programs.
“We have different kiosks throughout the venue where students’ work is being exposed,” said Alex Boucher, Inter-Dec’s marketing advisor who was on hand to greet media. Also on the agenda during the evening were an interior design performance, a hair dressing show by a Paris hairstylist, a body painting performance, followed by an all-night party.
Inter-Dec College operates from campuses in Montreal (2000 Sainte-Catherine St. West) and in Laval (1595 Daniel-Johnson Blvd.). The college is part of the LCI Education Network, which includes Montreal’s LaSalle College and the Montreal International Language Centre, as well as learning institutions in Toronto, Vancouver and major cities all over the world.