Free Range: A Season of Graduate Art and Design Shows

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Free Range is back with their annual graduate season showcasing the best creative graduates in the UK. Over the next six weeks the art and design shows will showcase talent from different disciplines such as fashion, design, photography, art, architecture and interior design. Held in the heart of East London at the Old Truman Brewery the shows are the perfect way to view the future elite of the art world.

With Free Range’s focus being on graduates the shows are incredible opportunities, for both the public and industry experts to be part of the journey from graduate to renowned artist. Not only is Free Range celebrating the incredible talent but they are also helping the graduates take their first steps into the creative industry and encouraging them to explore their future.

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Throughout the 6 weeks, alongside the exhibitions and shows, British Journal of Photography and Cass Art who are working in partnership with Free Range to support the graduates, will curate talks and workshops. With each week showcasing a different discipline the exhibitors are given the chance to display their work outside of a university situation for the first time and fully submerge themselves into the experience.

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Creative Director and founder, Tamsin O’Hanlon, explains: “The aim of Free Range Shows is to provide career development and opportunities for the incredibly talented artists from leading arts schools. By inviting the public to explore and embrace the cutting edge art that has been created, we hope to inspire the next generation of artists. This year we will be pushing boundaries further than ever with the staggering work on display, such as performance architect Alex Schweder’s collaboration with the Cambridge University Architecture society, an installation called Push Me Pull You”.

Free Range Shows, The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
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