Research In Practice Posters
Fine Art Degree Students
22nd March-9th April
Find out more about what areas interest the artists,
and how this research has influenced their practices.
We are pleased to invite students from this year's 3rd Year in Fine Art at Hull College to share the research areas that underpin their creative practices, ahead of their Degree Show in June 2023.
This follows the success of Research In Practice '22 and continues our relationship with the college.
In addition to the opening night (Wednesday 22nd March, 3-6pm), and their invigilation of the exhibition, we have arranged with the students 3 enrichment events to further enable them to meet other artists, arts professionals and publics to talk about their work.
Alongside their posters / dissertation extracts, they show aspects of their research study and material practice.
The artists exhibiting their Posters in this show are:
The show was curated and invigilated by the students, who invited people to come in and speak to them about how the research influences and is influenced by their practice.
Collectively, as a group with other graduating students at Hull College they are called d3, and further examples of their work can be seen on Instagram: @hullfineartdegreeshow23
The enrichment events we produced to accompany the show were:
-The first Monday Musings of the year
-A Panel Discussion with the students led by curator Lauren Wilson who graduated from Cambridge School of Art in 2017 before going on to work in a variety of gallery and museum settings in London including as Education Assistant at Orleans House Gallery. In 2021 she joined Humber Street Gallery as Assistant Curator working with artists to produce a programme of exhibitions and live events. Alongside her work at Humber Street Gallery Lauren co-runs Creel, an artist-run project based in Hull operating a programme of events, exhibitions, and discussion nomadically across the city.
-A Czech New Wave Cinema Night of films which influenced student Megan Abercrombie, introduced by Gerry O'Sullivan.