Fine Art's Easter Bunny show (all years) takes place on TUE 8 APR, 6-8 pm.
Date: 14 April 2014
Hop on down to the Turbine Hall on Central House's 2nd floor for some open studio fun with the art students. Fine Art's Easter Bunny show (all years) takes place on Tuesday 8 April, 6pm-8pm.
The first year art students are hosting a film screening of the first Cass One Minute Film Fest -a showcase of students' films that are of one minute in length and made with a mobile device, as well as a showreel of video work done by students of this level across L4 modules.
Everyone is invited!
- Venue: Turbine Hall, Central House
- Date/Time: Thursday 8th April, 6-8pm
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