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Hello I Must Be Going will showcase the collective works of the students after a year of pushing personal boundaries.

Byron School of Art’s (BSA) Third Year students will be holding their graduate exhibition in the BSA gallery space from Friday 25 November to Saturday 19 December, 2022.

The exhibition, Hello I Must Be Going, will feature a diverse selection of finished works from the 2022 final year students.

The students’ final year was spent exploring a number of multi-disciplinary practices, which included works on paper, conceptual and found object work, multimedia and film, sculpture, ceramics and painting under the direction of established artists and lecturers: Stephen Bird, Michael Cusack, James Guppy, Travis Paterson, Kat Shapiro Wood, Emma Walker and Christine Willcocks.

Hello I Must Be Going will showcase the collective works of the students after a year of pushing personal boundaries, takings risks and finding where their passions lie, resulting in thought-provoking and rich works – many of which will be available to purchase.

The students and staff of BSA would like to welcome the community and art lovers alike to the opening event, to celebrate this diverse collection of art, from 6–8pm on Friday 25 November, 2022, at Byron School of Art Project Space,112 Dalley St, Mullumbimby.

Exhibition runs 25 November to 19 December.

byronschoolofart.com.


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