Oxford Brookes University
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Oxford Brookes University School of Art Richard Hamilton Building Headington Campus Headington Hill Oxford 0X3 0BT
South East England

Artworks made out of sugar, dust and magnets are to be shown at Oxford Brookes University this May in the annual Fine Arts Degree Show. Including pieces made using traditional materials in new ways, with different mediums ranging from Painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, drawing, installation, performance, film and book arts will go on show to represent the diverse approaches and ideas of students, at the School of Arts in the Richard Hamilton Building. This year, the strength of the students’ work lies in their confidence to use a variety of media and their degree of experimentation. The 35 final year students are taking over the Richard Hamilton Building at the University’s Headington Hill Site in a programme that will surprise and intrigue visitors. The May exhibition is the culmination of a year of research and productivity and sheer hard work by the Fine Art students.