More links and information about ‘CONFLUX’ and Chelsea College of Arts
- Find out more about the MA Fine Art artists from Chelsea College of Arts
- Read about CONFLUX and the participating artists and curators – before it ends 16 July 2015
- Visit Trinity Buoy Wharf in London – an exciting and dynamic work space, events venue, and artist exhibition hall.
CONFLUX is an independently selected exhibition that will showcase the most accomplished postgraduate fine artwork produced this academic year  across the six colleges of University of the Arts London [UAL]. 17 artists were selected by a panel of guest judges and six post-graduate curators from Goldsmiths. From 10 through 16 July 2015 at The Electrician’s Shop, Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Showcasing “the most accomplished postgraduate artwork at UAL”
Partly funded by the UAL Postgraduate Student Community Fund, CONFLUX is a planned exhibition founded by Wimbledon MA Fine Art students Rosemary Munro Kerr and Adam Burbidge which aims to showcase the most accomplished postgraduate fine artwork produced this academic year at the University of Arts London. The 17 exhibiting artists, including five from Chelsea College of Arts, were chosen by a panel of Goldsmiths postgraduate student curators and guest judges.
Paul Goodwin (Tate Britain, UAL Chair)
Vincent Honoré (David Roberts Art Foundation)
Marie Lund (artist, Laura…
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