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BxNU MFA Interim Exhibition

May -

BALTIC 39

IN GAMES WE CREATE WORLDS

BxNU MFA, INTERIM EXHIBITION

 

Exhibition: 31 May - 18 June 2017

Level 1, BALTIC 39

Open: Wed - Sun 12.00-17.30

ALAN BARRETT / KAT BEVAN / ROB BOWMAN
ANTHONY CRAMMEN / SIMONE GANDHI / RICARDO LOPES
KITTY MCMURRAY / ALEXANDER NICHOLAS / MURRAY THOMPSON

In Games We Create Worlds marks the mid point of the BxNU MFA programme where the artists bring the diverse trajectories of their individual practices together to present a collective exhibition; it is a pivotal point in the course where the experimentation and exploration of the first year of study tips towards the potential of new directions to come

Event Details

BALTIC 39
Level 1, BALTIC 39
31-39 High Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1EW

May -


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