Glass and Ceramics Degree Show 2012

The event runs from 10:00 on 16th Jun 2012 until 17:00 on 21st Jun 2012Glass and Ceramics 2012 Degree Show Our final year students are emerging artists who have used glass and ceramics to express themselves in a world of visual and tactile art.

Throughout their time here the students have all, in their individual, inspirational and at times idiosyncratic ways, entered into a dialogue with the materials, through which they could push the boundaries of their creativity to the limits. The results of the challenge set by the teaching staff, to at all times test and probe, explore and experiment, have paid off handsomely and are here on public display.

 

For more information contact Laura Simpson on 0191 515 3258.

 

Open To Public:

 

16th – 21st June 2012 10am – 5pm

 

National Glass Centre

Riverside Rooms

Liberty Way

Sunderland

SR6 0GL

 

Artists:

FRANCESCA LOUISE AGGIO

JENNA BARCROFT

KATHRYN BAXTER

LOIS MAUDE BLACKLOCK

HELEN BREWIS

JULIE COX

LILY DANIELS

LEAH DENNIS

AMY EDMONDSON

EMMA EVETT

PHOEBE GASSTON

TRICIA GREEN

MIKE HOLDEN

EMMA HOLLINS

ALICE HOUNSLOW

PAUL MCLAUGHLIN

HOLLY REED

SOPHIE SCOTT

HELEN STAFFORD

ALICE THATCHER

PAUL WEARDEN

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