The Cass hosts national exhibition of graduate photography work organised by leading online platform.
Date: 26 October 2018
The Cass is hosting Photograd Open, an exhibition of work by 30 recent photography graduates from schools across the UK. The show from 16 to 29 November is part of East London Photomonth 2018.
Photograd is an online platform documenting the journey of photography graduates from UK based courses. Photograd's aim is to showcase, support, and encourage both older and more recent graduates, and provide an incentive to continue making work which we feel can become lost post-university. Photograd is recognised and supported by University of Suffolk.
The exhibition in The Cass Atrium, which will also feature a selection of photobooks and zines, opens with a private view on Thursday 15 November from 6pm. A full exhibitor list is available here
Image: University of Brighton graduate Dulcie Wagstaff from series Familiar Gardens (Detail)
16-19 November 2018
The Cass Atrium Gallery, Goulston Street
Open Monday-Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday 11am-4pm
Preview: 15 November 2018 , 6.00pm - 8.00pm
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