Students preparing for exhibition

 

Northbrook MET Fine Art students have showcased their work in an exciting exhibition at the prestigious Pallant House Gallery in Chichester.


The degree students were invited to submit proposals for an artistic 'intervention' which represented their own unique response to the Gallery.

 

Student work at Pallant House


This year's exhibition encompassed ceramics, paper sculpture and textile installations, as well as photography, painting and printmaking. Visitors found the work on tables and under tables, in window recesses, cupboards and fireplaces.


Fine Art Course Leader, Teresa Whitfield, said, "Pallant House Gallery provides a rich and stimulating resource for BA Fine Art students. I am grateful to Assistant Curator Sarah Holdaway and all the Pallant House Gallery staff for welcoming us once again to create and exhibit site-specific responses to this inspiring location.


"The Interventions 2018 exhibition gave visitors to Pallant House Gallery a new perspective on this important Modern British art collection, while also inviting them to contemplate the charm of the remarkable historical space in which it was displayed."