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Centre for Art and Photography, Hardwick Campus, St Pauls Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4BS Private View – Friday 14 September 6.30pm – 8.30pm 

Open daily 17 – 19 September 2012 10am – 4pm. Tel: 01242 714551

This year’s Fine Art Masters Degree show opens at the University of Gloucestershire’s Hardwick campus on 14 September.

The exhibition will feature a diverse range of work by the graduating artists, Karen Bowers, Ric Broad, Elizabeth Cowell, Amy Norman, Yanna Roub and Elisabeth Turfrey.

Amy Norman-Blue HillAmy Norman-Blue HillThe variety of work on show encompasses painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, installation and video. The work focuses on subjects such as landscape, biography, the everyday, silence and the past.

The course teaching team of Andrew Bick, Nat Goodden and Jack Southern are excited about the possibilities offered by the new studios and project space at the Hardwick site and by the prospect of this year’s graduate exhibition.

Course leader, Nat Gooden said: “The students have worked across a wide range of media, bringing both personal experience and an analytical approach to bear on a wide range of practices.

“If there is one common theme to be found in such a highly individual group of students, it is a willingness to work across several media simultaneously in order to give a richer visual experience of the central themes to their work. It is the generous and mutually supportive approach of the students that has helped them to find strength in such diversity.”

Entry to the exhibition is free and many of the works are for sale.

The MA Fine Art can be studied full-time over one year or part-time over two years at the Centre for Art and Photography at the University’s Hardwick site.

More information can be found at www.glos.ac.uk

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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