Student Exhibition

'Are we nearly there yet?' Fine Art Interim Exhibition

The Old Dairy, Edward James Studios (use Gardens entrance)


An interim exhibition by Fine Art students at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation.

Are We Nearly There Yet? presents new work by Fine Art students. As well as reflecting the diversity of practice being developed in the studios, the exhibition provides an opportunity for visitors to engage with the work of emerging artists as they progress on the full-time Graduate Diploma and MFA programmes. The show also offers a glimpse of the forthcoming School of Arts Summer Show, a major showcase of the work of graduating students that will take place in July.

Please note, this is not a selling exhibition.

Preview: Friday 1 May, 5–7pm, all welcome

Free entry. Free Parking.

The Old Dairy, Edward James Studios, West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, PO18 0RX (use gardens entrance)

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Fine Art study

West Dean College of Arts and Conservation is renowned for its Fine Art programmes, with graduates going on to exhibit internationally. The department's ethos of supporting diverse interdisciplinary practice, together with its support of specialist subjects, attracts students interested in radical approaches to art and those with a strong emphasis on making. Exceptionally large studio spaces, together with excellent facilities and outstanding access to tutor support, ensure students are able to challenge themselves and push the boundaries of their practice.

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