New exhibitions for campus galleries

26 May 2011

Two new exhibitions will open at the University of Canterbury's campus galleries next week.

Two new exhibitions will open at the University of Canterbury's campus galleries next week.

The Ilam Campus Gallery will host nth degree, an exhibition featuring recent work by nine graduating Master of Fine Arts students, from 30 May to 10 June.

Curated by art history doctoral candidate Barbara Garrie, the exhibition features work by Nicole Bourke, Jane Bowman, Bianca van Leeuwen, Paul McLachlan, Nathan Pohio, Julie Ross, Alison Staniland, Katie Thomas and Tjalling de Vries. The Casting Room will, from 30 May to 3 June, feature an installation by Steve Walsh called no-signal.

  • nth degree 30 May­10 June Ilam Campus Gallery Block 2 School of Fine Arts University of Canterbury Open: 11.30am­4.30pm.
  • no-signal 30 May­3 June The Casting Room Block 3 School of Fine Arts University of Canterbury Open: 11.30am-4.30pm.
  • For more information about these and other exhibitions go to: http://www.sofa.canterbury.ac.nz/.
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