Watt space Gallery opened for 2018 with four strong exhibitions by students of The Univetsity of Newcastle.
Megan McCarthy, Libby Eckersley, Annika Thurbon and Courtney Heffernan have put together shows across mediums spanning installation, bronze sculpture, print media, interactive sound, light work and fibres and textiles demonstrating the diverse practice explored at Newcastle University.
Dont miss out on seeing these inspiring exhibitions.
Exhibition is running February 21st till March 11th. Gallery is open 11-5 pm Wednesday to Sunday.
Last night saw the opening of the first exhibition of the year
What an amazing exhibition to start off the year! The impressive works in this show are an example of the calibre and diversity from the students of Newcastle University.
Megan McCarthy: Fractured Feminism
Libby Eckersley: Preparations and de-articulations
Courtney Heffernan: Fanciful Notions
Annika Thurbon: I do look like this, I don’t look like this
Thank you to Melissa Bull for acting as MC and for her work as our Watt Space officer – we welcome her to this position in 2018, Melissa Moore for being opening speaker, Dr Deirdre Brollo and Dr Faye Neilson for speaking on behalf of the exhibiting artists.
Thank you to Erik Flett, clarinetist who played some smooth sounds for the evening. Also thanks to the ever gracious Amy Hamilton, who tended the bar for us on this busy night.
Don’t forget to pop in and see the show – Wed-Sun 11am-5pm until March 11th.
Please feel free to share and tag the images but remember all images and works are covered by copyright and remain the property of the artists and photographer.
Watt Space re-opens for 2018 on Wednesday 21 February at 11am with four exciting new exhibitions:
Megan McCarthy Fractured Feminism
Libby Eckersley Preparations and de-articulations
Courtney Heffernan Fanciful Notions
Annika Thurbon I do look like this, I don’t look like this
Please join us for the exhibition launch at the Gallery on Thursday 22 February from 6:30pm