44th group of Fine Artists creating out of Hull School of Art and Designs Queens Garden’s Campus, the No.44 artists have worked hard to make this exhibition a degree show to remember.
Between them, these artists work across sculpture, collage, printmaking, installation, sound, painting, drawing, photography and mixed media.
The issues they address include industry, ecology and the environment, the process of making, moments in time, human identity and the juxtaposition between innocence and evil.
Everyone is welcome to attend the free Opening Event on Friday 31 May 6-9pm, at Hull School of Art and Design.
The exhibition will then run from 3-19 June opening every weekday, 9am-5pm, with late night opening on Mondays and Wednesday till 9pm.
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