End of Unit Exhibition “Transition” Open daily 10 Nov 2016 – 18 Nov 2016.

Private view 10 Nov 2016 3pm – 6pm

Venue: School of Art and Design

40-48 Guildford St
Town Centre, Luton
LU1 2PA

Exhibition Invite

CLEMENT AKPANG – PHD SOLO EXHIBITION – private view | 11 october | 17.00 — 20.00

school of art + design | 40 — 48 guildford School of Art + Design street luton lu1 2pb

Private View

02.06.16, 17:00 – 21:00

19:30 Fashion Show

 

Public Opening

02 – 15 June, 2016

14:00 – 17:00 Mon – Fri

10:00 – 17:00 Sat

(closed Sun)

 

Venue

School of Art + Design

University of

Bedfordshire

Guildford Street

Luton LU1 2PB

 

Please visit the show’s web site here: frame.wecreatetogether.net

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Beyond the Surface
 
A collaborative exhibition by second year Fine Art students
 
The Gallery Space
University of Bedfordshire
Campus Centre
Park Square
Luton
LU1 3JU 
 
3 – 6 May 2016
Private View: 3 May 6 – 8pm 
 
“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.” – Camille Pissarro
 
The repeated repurposing of certain spaces and materials used within them can produce visible layers of time which create a myriad of textures, tones and colours. Surfaces become cracked, broken and interrupted; layers are added and then weathered away. The state of dereliction is mysterious and visually compelling.  Time, curious human visitors, encroaching plants, the activity of animals and the abrasive work of the elements act to perpetually alter the appearance of a space. This state of dereliction can produce unexpected beauty. 
 
Dawn Adams makes sensitive and detailed works, which illustrate the most visually compelling aspects of decay and dereliction. The works capture the mysterious pull of abandoned places.
 
Becky King’s three-dimensional pieces are created using the materiality of unconventional materials, which speak of the constructing, and deconstructing of buildings over time. Through process and experimentation Becky creates a series of tactile, abstract and minimal works. Inspiration has come from repeated, natural and accidental marks found in the everyday.
 
Jade’Marie Silver works instinctively and expressively with the properties of a range of paint and mediums. Passionate about colour, Jade captures the accidental beauty found in weathered and damaged places.
 
Carla Watson’s carefully observed drawings focus on surface interruptions using line and tone. The graphite and ink drawings depict the minute lines, cracking and peeling of man-made elements.
 
Our responses stem from extensive visual research, site visits and photographs taken. 

Interior Design Year 2 Students and Fashion Design year 2 students invite you to their exhibition Incrementum* – three dimentional spatial responces influenced by natural structures + forms.

Private view: 06.05.2016 at Bulthaup, 36-42 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1M 5PS on Friday 6th May, from 5.00pm ( drinks and nibbles will be available )

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