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Plaguey Exhibition

April -

Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

An exhibition and performance linked to the War and Plague event taking place on Thursday 27 April. 

The exhibition includes a range of diverse works and ideas that explore contamination, eradication, contemporary virus, corruption, purity, cleanliness, anxieties around health and social interaction and nonsense ailments relating to modern day politics. 

The exhibition will be developed from Northumbria University's MA Fine Art & Education and MA Contemporary Arts & Education course research activity. 

Artists: Peter Corkish, Colette Davies, Rebecca Farr, Daniel Hughes, Martyn Jones, Kate Liston, Michaela Noble, William Pym, Karen Sikora, Judy Thomas, Leo Underwood.

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The course is developed in partnership with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and engages students with contemporary practice and theory, whilst allowing them to develop new skills and research approaches.

It is delivered by members of the BALTIC learning team, alongside research-active practitioners who are working at national and international level, all who employ and advocate artist teacher/educator approaches.

As part of a strong arts and education community in a creative environment, students will be supported to develop their own artistic and pedagogic practices.

This course is designed for artists from all disciplines, including the performing arts and those working in education environments such as schools, colleges, galleries and community settings. 

Event Details

Cathedral Church of St Nicholas
Mosley Street
Newcastle upon Tyne

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