Collaborative exhibition curated by Illustration and Jewellery & Silversmithing
Date: 10 January 2013
Making Sense is a collaborative exhibition curated by Illustration and Jewellery & Silversmithing 3rd year BA (Hons) students at The Cass.
Imagine entering an artist’s private world full of treasure fragments scattered around where mundane objects meet imagination. Making Sensepresents an insight into creative and diverse ways of thinking and working. Based on interaction, through a specially designed game for the audience to take part in at the opening event, it aims to bring the public and the artist closer.”
Take part and join the artists and designers for tea and cake from 6-8:30pm, on Thursday 10th January 2013 at The Gallery at Commercial Road.
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