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Students and staff exhibit prints in China

Students and staff exhibit prints in China

IMPACT 9

A portfolio of prints made by students and staff from the BA (Hons) Fine Art and MA Fine Art courses at NUA exhibited at the IMPACT 9 international printmaking conference at China Academy of Arts in Hangzhou, southeast China. IMPACT is the largest and most influential printmaking conference in the world, bringing together delegates from all continents for a five-day bonanza of exhibitions, academic papers and illustrated talks, workshops, trade fair, networking and socialising.

Course Leader Carl Rowe said “Our portfolio project East/West has been conceived specifically in response to the geographic location of IMPACT this year. We invited students and staff from Falmouth University to collaborate (in the past we have invited Boston University, Asagaya College of Art Tokyo and California State University), the simple concept being the extreme of easterly and westerly locations of the two universities.”