Leeds Arts University’s Postgraduate Show 2019 will showcase work by graduating MA Creative Practice students.
The exhibition is being held at The Blenheim Walk Gallery, Leeds Arts University, from 22 – 28 November 2019. The diverse range of work on show reflects the creativity and talent of the artists, designers and craftspeople who study at Leeds Arts University.
The exhibition features work by: Alice Fox, Gayoung Eom, Andrew Sales, David Jowsey, Denise Horsfall, Gemma Wood, Graeme Robinson, Ingrid Bale, Jake Hollings, Jane Walkley, Jodie Speed, Kariim Case, Lisa Verrall, Oonagh Corr, Pauline Cooke, Ros Johnson and Tony Horner.
Dr Sarah Taylor, Head of Postgraduate Studies said:
“Our postgraduate community goes from strength to strength. Each year we welcome a diverse range of talented practitioners whose activities have contributed to the growing postgraduate culture at the University.
The richness of the work on show is a testament to the hard work and rigour the students have put into their practices and we would like to wish all our graduating students a happy, fulfilling and creative future.”
The MA Creative Practice has been devised for creative practitioners; recent graduates and professionals who wish to examine, strengthen and deepen their art and design practice. It is a part of a growing portfolio of opportunities for postgraduate study at Leeds Arts University, which currently includes an MA in Curation Practices, MA Graphic Design, MA Photography and MA Fine Art, with an MA in Creature Design and MA Graphic Novel open for entry in 2020.
Postgraduate students at Leeds Arts University are based in the new expansion to the existing Blenheim Walk site, which includes access to a dedicated research and reference library and a new postgraduate study suite.
The exhibition is free to attend and no booking is required. Visit www.leeds-art.ac.uk/postgraduate-show for more information.