Venue: DJCAD // Dates: 19-27 August // Preview Night: Friday 18th at 6pm
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design’s Masters Show showcases the work from their postgraduate students graduating in a variety of courses, like; MSC Animation & VFX, MFA Art & Humanities, MFA Art Society & Publics, MDes Comics & Graphic Novels, MSC Forensic Art & Facial Identification, MSC Medical Art. Go along to the show’s opening night to check out some of the work developed through this past year.
Artists displaying their work include David (Cully) McCulloch, who will be exhibiting at Cooper Gallery as well as off site, including a fascinating series at Slessor Garden’s, Rebecca Horner, Catherine Alexander and Chloe Briggs. The show brings together many different styles and sensibilities, as well as a wide variety of art forms; dance, performance, poetry, spoken word, film, autobiographical writing, installation, sculpture, painting, text, sound, music, drawing, textiles and other visual arts.
The gathering of a year’s worth of work and practice development makes for a stimulating and intense experience. Gemma Connell, graduating on the MFA for Arts Society & Publics, describes her experience so far: “It’s been a very intense year, and we’ve all grown so much. I feel a million miles away from where I was in September. I think that a number of people on this course have something very special to share with the world.” You can read more about Gemma’s work and performances around the current British geopolitical landscape.
Enjoy the show’s opening night on Friday August 18th, or during its opening days between August 19th – 27th.
And while you’re here, why not check our interview with two of this year’s Masters students?