Postgraduate Exhibition at the School of Art, 11 – 28 Septemer 2017

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This year’s postgraduate exhibition features a variety of media such as photography, painting, illustration, printmaking and video installation.

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Degree Show and Alternative Facts Exhibition Opening, Saturday, 20 May 2017

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School of Art Degree Show 2015

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You can find the complete exhibition catalogue here: Degree Show Catalogue 2015

School of Art Degree Show 2016

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You find a PDF copy of the exhibition catalogue with all Postgraduates’ and Undergraduates’ statements here: Degree Show Catalogue 2016

Bodies of Work exhibition on until the 17th February 2017

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30 November 2016 – 17 February 2017

Representing the work of the careers of individual artists in the School of Art Collection

Prints, drawings and paintings by Bernard Cheese, George Chapman, John Copley, Ethel Gabain, Evelyn Gibbs, Rigby Graham, Derrick Greaves, Chris Penn and Keith Vaughan.

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John Elwyn:’A Quiet Sincerity’ now on until 17th February

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28 November 2016 – 17 February 2017

John Elwyn was born one hundred years ago in Adpar, south Ceredigion where his father ran a woollen mill on the banks of the river Teifi. This exhibition, curated by the artist’s friend and biographer Professor Robert Meyrick, commemorates the centenary of the birth of one of Wales’ most distinguished artists whose paintings have contributed significantly to the British landscape tradition.

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Making Pictures – new lifelong learning course for 2016/17

 

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Jan Vermeer, Allegory of the Art of Painting (detail), oil on canvas, c.1665

Making Pictures: the Tricks of the Trade is a new Lifelong Learning Art History module which provides an opportunity to explore some of the ways pictures have been made from the fifteenth century to the present.

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