Somia Khalil

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Rebekah Hilton

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Kirsty McEwen

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Katie Cruickshank

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Catherine Palfreyman

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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THE EXHIBITION THAT NEVER HAPPENED

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Elizabeth Lloyd

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Emerson Tiffany

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Megan Kennedy

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Xingyu Huo

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Louise Oliphant

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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THE EXHIBITION THAT NEVER HAPPENED

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Olivia McNamara

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Lauren Wharf

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Caitlyn Matthews

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Jessica Massey

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Poppy-Rose Pope

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Amy Humphries

Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

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Contemporary Art BA(Hons)

Contemporary Art students learn in an active studio environment. They experiment with media and methods, test ideas and practice their skills in ongoing dialogue with staff, peers and through public exhibition projects. Supported by lectures, seminars, and talks from some of the most exciting creative practitioners active today, students develop their creative identities through increasingly advanced and self-directed study.

The final degree show is the celebratory culmination of three years of work. It is a crucial element in the process of the student developing a studio practice that is critical enough, robust enough, and imaginative enough to be pursued beyond art school.

And so here we are—proud of our student's achievements, independence, and critical, creative practices.