Exhibitions - what's on display in the Flowerfield Galleries
Opening May 17 and running until May 31
Flowerfield Arts Centre invites you to Ima9ine
THE ANNUAL show from the degree students at Limavady is always one of the high points of the visual arts calendar at Flowerfield Arts Centre – and from Friday May 17, the centre hosts the latest of these group shows, under the title ‘Ima9ine’.
The show comprises the work of nine local artists who are graduating from the University of Ulster Associate Degree in Fine and Applied Arts at the North West Regional College in Limavady.
This year’s students will be presenting an inspirational and eclectic mix of fine art and craft pieces. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to see glass sculptures alongside video installations, compare traditional oil paintings with collographs prints, and more. The show guarantees to offer something to engage both traditionalists and contemporary art aficionados.
The nine artists featured are Alice Mcateer, Liz Marsh, Karen Douglas, Audrey Gamble, Janet Hoy, Allan Offord, Beata Debska, Karen Hunter and Una Doherty Roe.
Flowerfield Arts Centre assistant manager Deborah Logan comments: “It is always a joy to host this exhibition, and every year I am amazed by the quality, originality and variety of art that is produced by the college students. I would encourage anybody who has an interest in the arts to come along to see this exhibition and support our new local artists.”
The galleries at Flowerfield Arts Centre are open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am to 1pm on Saturdays. If you'd like to know more, get in touch with the centre on (028) 7083 1400.
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