School of Music and Fine Art students Olu Taiwo (MA Fine Art) and Lynn Smith (BA Fine Art) were interviewed live on KMTV to talk about their 2018 degree shows. They spoke movingly about the value of art in today’s society. To see the interview click here: https://bit.ly/2IHUAJ3
Lynn Smith’s work explores nature and the spirit of place, investigating the landscape through sculpture, and using traditional craft within fine art.
Olu Taiwo’s work is concerned with memory – how we access and discard memories – experienced through his immersive art.
The 2018 Degree Shows, which feature the work from graduating students studying Fine Art and Event and Experience Design, are open to the public until 26 May, open from 10-5 and free. Go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/school-of-music-and-fine-art-2018-graduation-shows-tickets-44643012452 to book.
To find out more about the artists in the Fine Art Degree Show go to https://www.weareherecollective.com/whoarewe