UHI welcomes the re-opening of student exhibitions to the public

The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) welcomes the return of public exhibitions for their fine art students’ degree exhibitions.

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Collage of art on display

This year’s annual BA (Hons) fine art degree student exhibition takes place at four locations to display the work of students studying at UHI Moray, Orkney College UHI, UHI Outer Hebrides and UHI Shetland. 

The first of the degree exhibitions runs from 27 May until 11 June at Taigh Chearsabhagh, North Uist, followed by exhibitions at Moray School of Art, part of UHI Moray from 13 to 18 June, Orkney College UHI from 11 to 22 June, and UHI Shetland from 10 to 24 June.

Dr Norman Shaw, programme leader of fine art at UHI said:

“It’s great to have our degree shows back on site after the challenges of the past couple of years, and it’s exciting to be able to invite people to come and see the shows in person. As always it is shaping up to be an excellent couple of weeks, with an amazingly diverse range of fascinating work from our students.

“We hope to attract our local communities and visitors along to enjoy the artistic talents of our students and talk to us about study options for next year.  Each of UHI’s four campus locations offer fabulously unique and diverse creative journeys that would suit those looking at full-time or part-time courses.”

To find out more about the exhibitions and view the 2022 Degree Show brochure visit www.uhi.ac.uk/media/events   

To learn more about studying fine art at UHI and how to apply, visit www.uhi.ac.uk/en/courses/ba-hons-fine-art  or get in touch with norman.shaw.moray@uhi.ac.uk