Middlesex University Fine Arts Masters students are exhibiting their work in a free public exhibition, inspired by the local Hendon landscape, including the University’s new building for creative courses, ‘The Grove’.
Open to the public from Friday 14 September, the four day exhibition will display work including painting, sculpture, sonic art and conceptual art. The exhibition is a celebration of Middlesex University’s history of creativity dating back to the famous Hornsey College of Art.
Middlesex University artist Alejandra Rojas Contreras (31) from Golders Green said: “The first MA Degree show to be held in the new Grove Building on the Middlesex Hendon campus signals a watershed moment for post-graduate art practice at the University. The development of a wide ranging, innovative and risk taking approach to Fine Art as an integral part of a vibrant art and design community has emerged as a recognised strength of Middlesex students.”
The fine art exhibition will be held in the Donald Rodney Studio 3RD floor of the Grove Building, Middlesex University Hendon Campus, the Burroughs, London NW4 4BT.
It is open weekdays Friday 14 – Tuesday 18 September 12 – 6pm and Saturday 15 September 12.30 – 4.30pm.
On Saturday 15th there will be a walk with an artist between 2-4pm. It will start in front of Hendon public library at 2pm where artist Julie Steward will guide walkers on a short trail along local footpaths giving a personal perspective on the area and encouraging a shared response.
There will also be artist performances every day at various times.
Alejandra Rojas Contreras, Aynur Karaman, Cassandra Marshall, Chris Wong, Jillian Knipe, Julie Steward, Mike Lee and Vrishti Raturi.
Photo: Artist Mike Lee’s work that will be on show.