Transience at the Fine Art Gallery

A new exhibition of postcards inspired by the theme “transience”, created by students of Loughborough University School of the Arts, English & Drama, and students of 2nd Year Undergraduate Class, Concentration in Oil Painting & Printmaking, Joshibi University of Art & Design, Japan, goes on display at the Fine Art Building next week.

Each year the students studying in the Major of Art & Culture at Joshibi University of Art & Design go on a European class for a one month period for the subject Overseas Arts Studies 2B. 

As part of that program, they hold an exhibition at the university they visit. Last year, the second year students majoring in Arts and Culture (currently third year students) held the “Enigma exhibition” at Loughborough University in the UK and also interacted with local students. 

Through this kind of work exchange, it is hoped to learn the culture of each other through the exchange of students and to exchange through the language of “art”.

The exhibition runs from Monday 20th February until Friday 24th February, open 10am – 4pm.

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