The University of the Highlands and Islands Residency Programme: Guest Lecture & Exhibition Preview

The University of the Highlands and Islands invite you to celebrate the culmination of our first ever Residency programme. During the academic year 2018/19, nine students from the university engaged with the Scottish Prison Service (HMP Inverness) and Historic Environment Scotland to undertake self-led creative residencies in unique settings.

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Moray College UHI - Moray School of Art
Moray Street
IV30 1JJ

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This exhibition brings together the results of these residencies. Featuring work from students from Inverness College UHI, Moray School of Art and Perth College UHI (BA (Hons) Fine Art, BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice, BA (Hons) Drama and Performance) and students on the networked MA Art and Social Practice, the work on display includes visual art, film and written content.

We are delighted to welcome Jess Thorpe as our guest speaker for the evening to mark this this new collaboration. As co-artistic director of Glas(s) Performance, co-founder of Junction 25 and lecturer in the Arts in Social Justice at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Jess has a wealth of experience in the delivery and evaluation of creative projects within usually restricted settings.

Please note that due to seating restrictions, there are a limited number of tickets available for the guest lecture. If this ticket is booked, entry to the exhibition preview is included. Additional tickets are available for the exhibition preview only.

Light refreshments will be served.

5.15pm Doors open

5.30pm Jess Thorpe, guest lecture

6:00pm Question and answer session with Jess Thorpe

6.30pm Programme Overview

6.45pm Exhibition Preview

8.00pm Close


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