Themes and ideas
The artists exhibiting are Shaney Barton, Hannah Cooper, Mehan Fernando, Elizabeth Green, Peter Hanmer, Paul Jex, Hania Klepacka, Jim Lloyd, Anna McCrae and Gill Shreeve.
Work on display explores a range of themes and ideas including social politics, our connection and relationship with the natural world, investigating the everyday and commonplace, human consciousness and perceptions along with light, space and time.
Newcastle University's Fine Art Department continues to have an outstanding reputation and has been ranked top in the country by the Sunday Times University Guide 2017. The department was key in radical developments in art education in the 1960s and some notable alumni includes, Richard Hamilton, Victor Pasmore, Sean Scully and Susan Hiller.
Taught by leading art professionals who nurture creative innovation and rigour, the Master of Fine Art programme supports emerging artists who wish to extend their existing practice within the contemporary art field.
The show will be held in Newcastle University's Fine Art Department and will be open from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays.
Adapted from a press release written by MFA students.
Newcastle University’s prestigious Gertrude Bell Archive has been recognised by UNESCO as a collection of global significance.
published on: 12 December 2017
Columnist and best-selling author George Monbiot will speak about his vision to create a new politics of belonging at a free public lecture at Newcastle University.
published on: 8 December 2017