‘the TAKEOVER’ at the Arts Centre, 8th May 2018

Take Over 2018The Creative Arts 3rd year curatorial team and course director Miranda Whall are very excited to welcome you to the Arts Centre Aberystwyth on Tuesday May 8th from 12.00 – 3.00 for the third 2nd & 3rd year annual student TAKEOVER exhibition.

The exhibition includes performance, installation, text, video and audio projects.

You will be greeted at the welcome desk (outside the Great Hall) by Miranda and the students with various goodies, a publication and guide map and a cup of elderflower cordial.

Please arrive for one of the guided tours at either 12.30. 1.30 or 2.30 for the 40 minute (approx) tour, you can leave the tour at any time if you cannot stay that long.

 

There will be a Q&A in the cinema from 3.00 – 4.00 we would be delighted if you could also join us for that.

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