Students Exhibit Art at Shropshire gallery
Art students from Shrewsbury College will be exhibiting their work at entertainment and arts venue The Hive in Shrewsbury later this month.
The exhibition, Time Pieces, includes work from three second year contemporary art practice students, and follows on from the College’s recent exhibition, Shrines.
The students; Rebecca Evans, Bill Sample and Rebecca Collins, have in their own individual ways, been exploring themes related to absence; the trace of something that once existed, whether they are physical or things that can’t be seen. This exhibition is about bringing to life these ideas.
Bill Sample, Year Two Foundation degree student said: ‘’It is great to have the opportunity to exhibit our work in a public gallery and the Hive is a fantastic location for artists to showcase their work.’’
Habib Malik, Marketing Assistant at the Hive said: ‘’following on from the Shrines exhibition, we are certainly pleased to be hosting Time Pieces within the gallery space.
“It's been highly positive to involve students of the College amidst our exhibition programme this year - connecting with the College arts department, whilst also offering the chance for members of the public to engage with students work and activities."
Bill Sample, will also be exhibiting part of his art work, a full sized wicker bull, at the College’s London Road campus, as well as incorporating a dance piece with Performing Arts student, Kai Cannon.
The Time Pieces exhibition will run at the Hive Gallery from Friday 22 until Friday, 29 November.
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