The first part of the Masters Show, showcasing the work of PG students on MA Fine Art, MA Digital Media Arts and MA Inclusive Arts Practice, starts on July 8 running until July 15.
The MA Fine Art show is called ‘Seeing comes before words’ taken from the opening words of the ground-breaking 1972 TV series and book, ‘Ways of Seeing’ by John Berger.
The work on display showcases a diverse range of media from painting; installation, photography, sound based practices, sculpture, textiles, performance and video work.
This year as a new initiative there will be an exhibition tour led by the students themselves which will offer visitors a deeper insight into the work on display.
‘Interfusion’ is the 2017 graduate show of the University of Brighton’s MA Digital Media Arts course.
This year’s artists explore themes of human relationships, individualism and perspective through the mediums of Film, Animation, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Interactive Installation Art.
To find out the specifics of each piece on show please visit the Projects page.
‘Making Meaning’ presents seven artists’ diverse responses to their collaborative arts-based research within the community as part of the MA in Inclusive Arts Practice.
With works of performance, photography, painting, sculpture and installation this is contemporary art with a heart, that thinks beyond the gallery box, and is feeling its way towards a better world.
Inclusive Arts Practice is a dynamic, radical and socially engaged practice that facilitates arts-based dialogue & collaboration between artists & marginalised groups.