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Posted 20.10.14

Students exhibiting at Council’s Arts Graduate Show

Photographer Tom Coghill's final project looked at Plymouth charity the Shekinah Mission

2014 alumni are exhibiting their work in the Council House after being selected for the annual Graduates Arts Show.

Graduates across BA (Hons) Photography, Fine Art, Film, Illustration and Graphic Design all have their work on display in the show, as part of a scheme from the Council House to support local artists.

Tom Coghill, Tony Fitzsimmons, Paula Wysocka, Brett White, Aaron Prout, Andy Ford, and Tom Slaney represent BA (Hons) Photography at the annual exhibition.

Illustrators Caroline Morgan, Eoghan Lewis, Mike Coombs and Ali Goodworth were also selected.

Illustrator Caroline Morgan's work was selected by Designersblock for London Design Festival

From BA (Hons) Fine Art, Reiss Portman, Helanie Moore, and Paul Hillon are showing.

BA (Hons) Graphic Design grads Jonathan Smith and Emily Clark's final year project are on display, while Film alumni Tom Kirkman and Jake Tish are also featured.

Cllr Chris Penberthy said: "Our arts graduates are really important to the city and its creative industries and hosting this exhibition is an exciting opportunity for us to lend our support."

The exhibition is part of a council scheme to support local artists, designers and makers to help raise their profile, work co-operatively with them, introduce them to new audiences.

The graduates are also giving talksfrom 12.30pm as part of the exhibition, dates below:

Fri 17 Oct: BA (Hons) Photography graduate Tom Coghill
Fri 24 Oct: BA (Hons) Illustration graduate Ali Goodworth
Fri 7 Nov: BA (Hons) Illustration graduate Caroline Morgan
Fri 14 Nov: BA (Hons) Photography graduate Thomas Slaney
Fri 28 Nov: BA (Hons) Photography graduate Tony Fitzsimmons

 

The show runs until Friday 5th December and is open to the public every Friday from 12-2pm.

Find out more at councilhouseart.wordpress.com or download a full guide now.