Works by some of the very best up and coming artists are being exhibited at the annual University of Wolverhampton MA show, at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from Thursday, September 27 to Wednesday, October 3.
It free show features the work of 45 MA students from Design and Applied Arts and Digital and Visual Communication courses as well as the university's artists in residence.
The exhibition celebrates the talent and creative output of local, national and international students across practices including glass, ceramics, textiles, product design, illustration and photography, video and film.
Councillor John Reynolds, City of Wolverhampton Cabinet Member for City Economy, said:
"The artworks cover a diverse body of work and I am delighted the university's MA Show is once again at the gallery. I would also like to wish all the students taking part continued success in their creative careers."
Among artists exhibiting is Kennedy Jayne Glews, who is studying for an MA in Design and Applied Arts, Fashion in Fashion and Textiles. Kennedy, is also the owner of a dance school and teaches in Fashion and Textiles.
She has created a piece called ‘Art of Movement’ which includes moving parts.
“I wanted to re-invent the connection between costume and dancing and make the costume part of the performance, as well as enhancing the movement of the dancers when they are on stage. By adding light and flexibility to the costumes it marries the two for the performers and the audience.”
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Image caption: Art of Movement by Kennedy Jayne Glews