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Master’s students in Visual Art and Design exhibit (Published January 2018)
Nelson Mandela University’s Visual Art Department from the School of Music, Art and Design will host an exhibition of master’s students work opening on 9 February.  at the university’s Bird Street Campus in Central.
The exhibition will showcase the students’ practical work which will be examined alongside their written dissertations.
“Three of the masters’ students will be exhibiting at the Bird Street Gallery opening on the 9th and the fourth student will be opening her show on the 7th of February”, says Jonathan van der Walt, Intern Manager at the Gallery.
Michelle Luyt (MTech Ceramics) will be one of the students who will be showcasing some of her impressive work with the theme “The development of armature based ceramics using South African raw materials”. Sarah Walmsley (MTech Sculpture) will exhibit “Absence and Presence: in Search of Memory and the Imago” and “Karoo: A Baseline Visual Record prior to Possible Shale Gas Exploration” is the work of MTech Photography student, Nadia van der Walt.
The exhibition will be open to the public from 10 February until 2 March from 09:00 to 16:00 during week days.

For more information, visit the Gallery’s Facebook page: BirdStreetGalleryNMU or  Instagram profile: @birdstreetgallerynmu