Bath School of Art and Design MA Degree Show

Image Credit: Fiona Campbell, Glut. Photo by John Taylor.

Bath School of Art and Design, Bath Spa University, Sion Hill, Bath BA1 5SF

01225 875875
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Saturday 22 September 2018 – Wednesday 26 September 2018
Opening Hours: 9am-5pm

Members of the public are invited to the annual Bath School of Art and Design MA Degree Shows, as Bath Spa University showcases the work of its postgraduate students in art and design at the Sion Hill campus from Saturday 22 to Wednesday 26 September. On exhibition will be a comprehensive selection of work by students graduating with Masters degrees in Ceramics, Curatorial Practice, Fashion and Textiles, Fine Art and Visual Communications.

Professor Anita Taylor, Executive Dean of Bath School of Art and Design, said: "We have an incredible range of creative talent on our MA courses and we are looking forward to celebrating the achievements of each of our students. The Degree Show provides a wonderful showcase to celebrate the array of original, innovative work made by these artists, curators, and designers, during their postgraduate study here."

The MA Degree Show cohort includes professional artists, curators, and designers, who have chosen to study at Bath Spa University to further enhance their skills, knowledge, and approach to their practice. Many have already been selected to participate in national and international exhibitions, projects, workshops, and to undertake substantial commissions.

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