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I CAN STILL (STILL)

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Squires Annexe

I CAN STILL (STILL) 

Following on from the exhibition I Can Still (2018) at Gallery North, Sandyford building, Squires Annexe presents the new group exhibition, I Can Still (Still).

I Can Still (Still) is a group show of works by final year undergraduate Fine Art students at Northumbria. It centres on ‘making’ and the ‘making of making’, offering insight into the varied and discursive forms of contemporary arts practice that are at the forefront of current cultural conversations and arts production. The works offer synergy between practice and exhibition making, and these investigations allow I Can Still (Still) to have a succinct message - praxis makes practice.

Please click here to view the full programme, including descriptions of each exhibition piece

Curated by Sue Spark & Kate Liston

 

 

 

 

 

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Squires Annexe
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

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