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Graduate student visual art exhibition opens


An exhibition highlighting the creativity of Nelson Mandela University’s Bachelor of Visual Arts graduate students will be opened by Professor Rose Boswell, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, on Thursday October 18 evening at the Bird Street Gallery. This year the large, combined show will feature sculpture, graphic design, ceramics, painting, textile and fashion design, printmaking and photography.
It will feature sculpture, graphic design, ceramics, painting, textile and fashion design, printmaking and photography.
The Head of the Department of Visual Arts, Professor Vulindlela Nyoni, says that “The exhibition is a multidisciplinary celebration at the end of a year of intense creativity – a year which has seen a growing number of our students and alumni achieving really positive recognition and acknowledgement at both a national and international level.
"The exhibition follows hot on the heels of the highly successful launch of the department’s graduate fashion and textile student collections, at last weekend’s Nelson Mandela Bay Fashion Week”.
The exhibition will be open from 9am to 3pm on weekdays until October 30. Inquiries: Jonathan, 041-504-3293, gallery@mandela.ac.za

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