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Free Range 2019 – The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL – June 2019
For the first time, this summer University of Bolton’s BA (Hons) Photography students will be taking part in a summer graduate exhibition at the prestigious Old Truman Brewery gallery venue on Brick Lane in London.
The private view for this event is scheduled for Thursday 20th June 2019 and will include five HE6 (3rd Year) students showcasing their photographic imagery as part of a wider exhibition, which will include photography and fine art graduates from universities across the UK.
During this event, Free Range will take over a cluster of warehouse spaces at the Old Truman Brewery for emerging artists to plan, curate and build their own group exhibitions.
With the addition of the awards, talks and multiple partnerships, Free Range provides an opportunity for graduate artists to connect with both industry and their peers, and for the majority, execute their first show outside of the university framework.
The five graduating photography students included in Free Range this year are Darryl Hilton, Holly Young, Victoria Fox, Celia Wilson and Carly Jones.
Programme Leader (Photography)
Photography BA (Hons)