Second year Fine Art students have been conducting a series of self-directed exhibition projects across Liverpool as part of their Professional Practice module.
The four month-long project has seen exhibitions appear in a number of well-known city centre venues, including; St George’s Hall, Central Library, Bridewell Studios, The Church of St Francis Xavier and as part of Hope’s Angel Field Festival.
Students were tasked with sourcing their own locations and developing a marketing strategy, as well as the curatorship and documentation of their shows.
Fine Art Lecturer Dr David Ogle said: “Gaining skills and experience in the planning and delivery of exhibitions beyond the University, students have made valuable links with cultural partners, achieved a wider awareness of their on-going studio practice and developed a foundation in professional activity that will help to secure future opportunities following graduation.
“The School of Creative and Performing Arts wishes to congratulate Fine Art students on their successes in the realisation of these ambitious and innovative exhibitions.”