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    North London art students’ work goes on public display

    21/05/2012
    Some of London’s best up and coming artists will be showcasing work which tackles issues like women’s rights in Afghanistan and art as a form of protest in Britain, at an exhibition to be launched in Hendon.

    Some of London’s best up and coming artists will be showcasing work which tackles issues like women’s rights in Afghanistan and art as a form of protest in Britain, at an exhibition to be launched in Hendon.

    For the first time the Middlesex students will be able showcase their work in the £80m Grove building, Middlesex University’s state-of-the-art centre for creative courses.

    The work of the Fine Art students from across north London aims to challenge established views, presenting a simulating and inventive response to the world. Final year Fine Art and Critical Theory student Harriet Dopson said: “It will be a really exciting show, there is no formal brief so all the work is self led which produces some outstanding results. Myself and the other students on the course have used an exciting range of media to produce their work as we respond and question the world around us."

    The students will also be running a workshop giving the public an opportunity to take part in and discuss the exhibition.

    The ‘Fine Art Degree Show’ features film, painting, photography, and sound and is open to the public on 25-28 May 2012 10am-4pm in the Grove building at Middlesex University’s Hendon Campus.

    Admission is free.

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