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Eyes On: Free Range Art Week

Putting the spotlight on the talent of tomorrow.

Now in it’s 17th season, Free Range is the largest degree show that puts the spotlight on emerging talent in the world of art and design. This seasons selection is an assemblage of raw talent and diverse creativity, the product of which is expertly crafted and cute AF neon creations that shine the light (pun intended) on femininity and body positivity, pastel paintings of far flung buildings, abstract designs infused with a plethora of textures and dusted with glitter – the list is endless.

An opportunity to experience art in all its guises, Free Range will present 3000 exhibitors from 50 different art schools and universities at London’s expansive Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane. The exhibitors for this years proceedings will be split into four categories; fine art, photography, design (including graphic design and fashion design), and interior design & architecture.

Free Range will also offer up the opportunity for rising stars of the art and design world to have their work seen by those at the forefront of the industry. A special panel will of experts will view the collections and will vote in the FR Awards 2017, which is a Best In Show award, winners of which will receive funding to curate their own solo show and mentoring from experts as they develop their own exhibitions.

Free Range runs from 15 June – 17 July 2017 at The Old Truman Brewery, 85 Brick Lane, London E1 6QR. Entry is free.

Words
Ryan Cahill
Eyes On: Free Range Art Week

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