Fine Art and Design students to exhibit work at final Degree ShowThursday 12 May 2016
An exhibition showcasing the work of final year students from the Department of Fine and Applied Art is set to go on display at the Creative Campus.
Opening with a private viewing on Friday 27th May, the 2016 Degree Show will feature paintings, sculpture, jewellery design, silversmith work, textiles and ceramics.
A range of awards sponsored by prestigious art organisations will be presented to students on the opening night, including the FACT+Liverpool Hope Production Residency Award, which was introduced in 2015.
Anthony Hamlyn was the first-ever recipient of the award, and this year’s winning student will showcase their work within the No Such Thing As Gravity exhibition, which opens at FACT in November 2016.
Several Fine Art students have incorporated coding and digital technologies in their work, including sound projections and delayed re-play video.
The content of the work is wide-ranging and includes thematic topics such as, memory, social justice, abstraction, installation, and the role of technology in public and private spaces.
The exhibition is the culmination of three years of study and will be open to the public from Saturday 28th May to Monday 6th June, 10 - 5pm in the Cornerstone Building.
Guided tours are available between Tuesday 31st May and Friday 3rd June at 11am and 2pm. To make a booking for a tour please email firstname.lastname@example.org.