Exodus: MA Fine Art Show

Image Credit: Beth Davis-Hofbauer

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

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Monday 25 July 2016 – Friday 02 September 2016
Opening Hours: 10-5pm
Booking recommended
For the Preview evening due to site security you need to pre book please do so at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/exodus-ma-fine-art-exhibition-opening-tickets-25154751539?aff=eac2


Friday 19th August 7-9pm
Booking recommended

Join us for the last ever Fine Art show from the University of Portsmouth's MA students. This is not just the last show for the graduating MA students, but also the end of Fine Art at the University of Portsmouth after a long and important history, producing among others, renowned artist, Grayson Perry.

Exodus brings together the work of seven diverse artists at different stages in their careers; with themes explored including memory, the invisibility of disabled sexuality, action ritualisation, doodleology, liminal space, eighteenth century cross dressing female sailors and the relationship between colour and our sense of what is sacred.

Those lucky enough to attend will see installation, photography, painting, drawing and more.

The exhibition has a preview with food, drink and raffle on Friday 19th August between 7-9pm, due to the venue booking, or display of an invite is essential


The exhibition runs from 20th August - 2nd September 10 -5pm inclusive

The show continues at rm 3.08 in Eldon building Portsmouth University for the launch of The Panic Room a new and ambitious interactive experience on 22nd August, please visit https://www.facebook.com/Mafineartshow16/?fref=ts

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