To be continued...

City Lit Foundation Diploma in Art & Design Final Exhibition in the Espacio Gallery

15 June 2021
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Don’t miss your chance to see the amazing artwork by our City Lit Foundation Art and Design students on Wednesday 7 July until Saturday 10 July at the Espacio Gallery in Bethnal Green. 

To Be Continued... 

Students from the 2021 City Lit Foundation Diploma in Art and Design are very proud to present their final – and also first – show: To Be Continued…
 
Mostly created during lockdown conditions, these diverse and innovative artworks are the culmination of the City Lit Foundation course. 
 

You can book your free ticket here >   

 
Please note that tickets are free, but to comply with the current social distancing requirements we are limiting visitor numbers. Please try to arrive early in your slot to give yourself maximum time in the gallery and to reduce limit waiting times. We're working closely with the Gallery to ensure the show can be accessed safely and we will provide all guests with relevant communications. 
 
Dates: 7-10 July 2021
Timings: 11am-7pm
Location: Espacio Gallery
 
Here are some work in progress by students who will be showing in the exhibition. Work includes fine art, textiles, ceramics, moving image, sculpture, print and visual communication works.
 
You can also get a few sneak peeks and follow our FAD student on Instagram
 
Logo above is designed by Joel. 

 

Sonia

The joy of travelling isn't the destination; there are your memories of the journey

 

Alice – Written on the skin

Alice's work explores the marks of her own skin and the concept of skin as autobiography through printmaking.

Kate – Letting the Outside in to Let the Inside Out

Kate is experimenting with surrealist techniques and mark making as part of her project exploring identity.

Pippa - (currently) Untitled 

Pippa has been playing with ceramics and moving image and thinking about reassurance and playfulness.

Phil 

Phil's prints celebrate the Thames and are an outlet for his anger at the environmental impact of illegal raw sewage overflows into the river.


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