Ceramics, glass and video installations will be among
the creative work of students on display at a University of
Artwork by more than 50 Masters students will be exhibited at
The MA Graduate Show 2010 from Saturday
4 September to Friday 10 September 2010.
This exhibition, at the School of Art
& Design building in Molineux Street, Wolverhampton, is the
culmination of years of hard work for full-time and part-time
Masters students studying Fine Art, Art & Design and Design for
Creations on display at the lively show are from a variety of
disciplines including painting, sculpture, print, illustration and
photography to audio-visual pieces, animation, glass works and
Professor Dew Harrison, Associate Dean, Research &
Postgraduate Studies from the School of Art & Design, said: "
This exhibition is the culmination of the excellent work undertaken
by our Masters students over the last year or two and shows the
diversity of creative thinking, skills and professional approach to
practice that they have achieved in that time.
“Both full-time and part-time students have come from a variety
of backgrounds and experiences to contribute to the debates and
extend theirindividual practices, with a good proportion of
international students to offer enriched cultural understandings of
art and design.
“Following on from this exhibition and graduation, we wish our
students continued success in their endeavours and future plans,
whether this is to further develop their individual practice, work
in the creative industries, teach, or continue to research at
“We hope that the MA experience has left them well-equipped to
prosper and make their mark on the world."
The free exhibition opens to the public on Saturday 4 September
from 10am to 4pm, and is also open from Monday 6 September to
Friday 10 September, 9am to 5pm.
A photographic exhibition featuring the early career of drum and
bass star and graffiti artist Goldie is running alongside the
exhibition. ‘Stairway to Fame’ is the work of Goldie’s former
manager and agent Martin Jones and chronicles Goldie’s time as a
breakdancer and graffiti artist in Wolverhampton.
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Date Issued: Thursday, 02 September 2010
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