Big picture: Andrew Walters' series of photographs, titled Clarke Estate, will be among the works on show.
The 48 students expected to graduate from UCT's Michaelis School of Fine Art this week have exposed their work to public scrutiny at the annual graduation exhibition, which runs from 7 to 17 December this year.
The exhibition, which has become a highly anticipated fixture on the Cape Town arts calendar, features final-year work by students completing their bachelor's degrees and postgraduate diplomas in fine art. This year does not disappoint, with a mix of painting, sculpture, new media, print and photographic works. Most are for sale.
"The show, a culmination of so many years of work and learning, is for us as much a beginning as an ending," says one student, "the beginning of a journey that will extend beyond the borders of a finite degree."
The exhibition takes place at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, Hiddingh Campus, 37 Orange Street, Gardens, open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 11h00 to 16h00.
For more information contact Nadja Daehnke, curator of the Michaelis Galleries and curator and organiser of this exhibition, on 021 480 7170, 082 316 5272, or visit the Michaelis School of Fine Art website.
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