An Exhibition of Printmaking by Alumni of The Cass at Mile End Art Pavilion
Date: 16 April 2013
An Exhibition of Printmaking by Alumni of The Cass at Mile End Art Pavilion.
The artists contributing to ‘PROMENADE’ are Fine Art graduates from The Cass who followed the printmaking pathway that was written and taught by the late David Skingle and Senior Lecturer Nigel Oxley. Work by David and Nigel and by printmaker and technician Damien Grist is also included.
Full List of exhibitors:
Cibele Alvarenga, Marina Ard, Trevor Banthorpe, Neda Dana-Haeri, Dolores de Sade, Giorgia di Lello, Elena Dimitrova, Damien Grist, Georgia Kay-Jagusch, Sarah Knight, Maggie Learmonth, David McSweeney, Laura Navin, Ralph Overill, Nigel Oxley, Melissa Pender, Karolina Peszko, Lucy Phillips, Jason Robinson, Lianna Sukumar, Beryl Touchard, Jane Wachman, Virginia Waterhouse
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