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BxNU MFA Graduate Exhibition Private View

BALTIC 39

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Private View: Thursday, 8 June 2017, from 6pm - 8pm

I REMEMBER MOST WHAT NEVER HAPPENED

BxNU MFA, GRADUATE EXHIBITION

 

Exhibition: 31 May - 18 June 2017
Project space: at BALTIC 39, Newcastle
Open: Wed - Sun 12.00-17.30


VANESSA ANTHONY / JULIE LOUISE BEMMENT
ELIZABETH BLACK / FRANKIE CASIMIR / GRACE DENTON
SAMUEL JOHNSON / SOPHIE KEITH / MARK LYONS
MELISSA MACPHERSON / DANIEL MCGEE

I Remember Most What Never Happened brings together work by ten artists graduating from the BxNU Master of Fine Art, a unique two-year course run by Northumbria University in partnership with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, based within the vibrant studio culture of BALTIC 39.

Event Details

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


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