On Thursday, 18 December, from 5.00 pm until 8.30 pm, on the 2nd floor of Central House at The Cass, art students will put together a giant 'shop' in one week for a pop-up show.
Date: 17 December 2014
On Thursday, 18 December, from 5.00pm until 8.30pm, on the 2nd floor of Central House at The Cass, art students will put together a giant 'shop' in one week for a pop-up show. In this pre-Christmas exhibition, themed around Claes Oldenburg's 1961 installationStore, students from all levels of the BA Fine Art degree investigate supermarket stacks; wall displays; plinths and vitrines; signage and advertising; multiple film screenings. There will be sales stalls on CE2, too - cakes possibly, clothes, Xmas tat, prints, photos, multiples, memberships. Lots of visitors are expected, so make a date to arrive after study, or before you head on somewhere else. Just make sure you are at the WORK SHOP. Curated by the artist and The Cass art tutor Mel Brimfield.
|Date and time||THU 18 DEC, 5.00pm to 8.30pm|
|Venue||2nd floor of Central House|
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