MA Fine Art and MA Photography students at The Cass will showcase their work at an interim show in April 2014.
Date: 12 April 2014
The work being exhibited by over twenty students includes photography, painting, and installation covering a range of themes and ideas reflecting the diversity of practice of the MA group at The Cass.
The Showcase on Thursday, 3rd April (5 pm–9 pm) will also include fundraising activities with proceeds going towards the students’ MA Show in September. As well as a Silent Auction of work by students and established artists. There will be a raffle with a variety of prizes and as a special attraction, Guest Artists, including Bob and Roberta Smith, will be in attendance
Exhibitors: Adrian Hardy/ Alex Grady/ Andrea Natera/ Eric Boscia /Coral Howard/Frances Jagodzinska/ Gaynor Ithell /Gwen Anderson/ Kate Long /Lucy Schofield /Maari Art Studio/ Maciej Blazejewski/ Marie Sleigh/ Mauve Mostly/ Natalia Nikoulina /Nichelle Channer/ Nikoo/ Pupak Navabpour /Roger Clarke/ Rosa Mignacca/ Salli Yule-Tsingas/ Seana Wilson /Stephen Buggle /Suleyman Gingi.
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