This year marks the last MA Fine Art exhibition at the University of Portsmouth as the course sadly comes to an end. The final six MA students are putting on an exciting exhibition at the Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth during August which they hope will be a celebration of fine art at the University.
The artists have been inspired by subjects as diverse as liminality, action ritualization, mindfulness, memory, possessions, anxiety, imagination, doodling, masquerade and cross dressing women, time and colour.
The genres featured in the exhibition will be equally as diverse, there will even be art for sale and a chance to win a piece from the artists themselves.
The exhibitors are made up of six students of differing ages and nationalities and tutor, Ken Devine, who was invited to exhibit alongside the students to mark the last fine art exhibition at the university.
Visit the MA Fine Art Crowd funding page for a chance to get a sneak peek of the exhibition before the opening and to win a piece of work by the artists. “Putting on a large exhibition in such a historic location is expensive and we would appreciate your support, no matter how small – it will all go towards making this a fantastic celebration of art in Portsmouth.” says the MA Fine Art students.
The exhibition will run, seven days a week from Saturday 20th August until Friday 2nd September from 10am – 5pm within Action Stations, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and admission is free.
And visit Eventbrite to book tickets to the opening on Friday 19th August. You can find more about Exodus on their Tumblr and Twitter page.