31st May 2005




Graduating Fine Art students at the University of Lincoln are inviting local people to come and see the fruits of their creativity at the end of this week.


The Fine Art degree show represents the culmination of three years of study and offers the public an exciting opportunity to view examples of recent student work.


The show includes a diverse range of pieces by 28 students in media ranging from painting, drawing and printmaking to installation, video and sound.


Subjects reflect a contemporary approach to artistic practice, incorporating conceptual ideas and individual areas of interest.


A professionally printed exhibition catalogue will be available at the show, which is being held in the Greestone Gallery on Lindum Road in Lincoln.


The exhibition opens on Friday 3rd June with a private view (invitation only), and the doors will be open to the public on Saturday 4th June from 10am until 3pm and from Monday 6th June until Friday 10th June from 10am until 4pm.


Admission is free of charge.


“For those interested in art, or simply curious, the degree show is an ideal chance to see contemporary art in Lincoln,” said third-year Fine Art student Stephen White.


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Jez Ashberry, Press and Media Relations Manager

01522 886042                         jashberry@lincoln.ac.uk

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