Abbie and Inese represent University of Northampton at graduate art exhibition

News Page 27th February 2019

Stunning work created by two University of Northampton students is featured in a graduate exhibition being held in the town centre.

Photography and Fine Art alumni, Inese Golde and Abbie Schug, had their work selected to appear in NN Contemporary Art’s 2019 Graduate Show, Quickly Moving, which runs until Saturday 23 March.

Work from just six students within a 50-mile radius of Northampton has been chosen for the show, with Abbie and Inese representing the town, alongside graduates from institutions in Oxford and Birmingham.

An exhibition-goer views Abbie Schug’s work. Photo: Joe Brown

One of Abbie Schug’s pieces. Photo: Joe Brown

Inese Golde’s work on display. Photo: Joe Brown

Abbie Schug, left, and Inese Golde, centre. Photo: Joe Brown

The new chief executive officer and artistic director of NN Contemporary, Emer Grant, said: “The talent on show this year is spectacular. The progression from art school education into professional studio practice can be daunting, and the exhibition contributes to supporting artists’ careers and is essential in helping to develop thriving creative communities in the Midlands.”

Quickly Moving runs until Saturday 23 March at NN Contemporary Art, Guildhall Road, Northampton, NN1 1DP. The gallery is open 11am to 6pm, Wednesday to Saturday.

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