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Slade School on display

6 May 2004

Untitled, by Victoria Hollis (BA Slade School), is among hundreds of works to be exhibited at the Slade School of Fine Art's annual degree shows.

‘Alphabets for the Birds’ (2004), by Brooke Wyatt (MFA student) Students from the BA, MA and MFA in Fine Art will show their work in three shows in May, June and July.

‘Untitled’(2004), by Victoria Hollis (BA student)

The Slade School has developed a sound reputation as being one of the best in the world and for allowing their students to experiment freely, creating exquisite works of art which are thought-provoking and push the boundaries of the medium.

This year's graduates are no exception to this rule, and are likely to join other Slade School graduates - such as Turner Prize winners Martin Creed and Rachel Whiteread - as leading names in the contemporary art world.

Images: Top - Alphabets for the Birds (2004) by Brooke Wyatt (MFA student). Middle - Untitled (2004), by Victoria Hollis (BA student). Bottom - By Nicolas Ferrando (MA student).

To find out more about the shows, and their dates and times, use the links below.

Slade School of Fine Art
Shows & Exhibitions