MORAY ART CENTRE announces takeover show curated by emerging North East artists
ANALOGOUS is a collective exhibition, which has invited emerging and re-emerging artists, students and graduates to submit their work, celebrating the differences and connections between emerging artists.
The first exhibition to kick off the new year at MAC, the show is open to the public on February 3rd at 5pm-8pm, the exhibition is organised and curated by a small team consisting of current Grays School of Art student Kayla Spence and recent Moray School of Art graduate Olga Dean Hart.
One of the curators of the show, Olga Dean Hart, explains the importance of the show, “It’s a celebration of our shared humanity while honoring the incredible diversity that makes each of us stand out.” Her work will be showcased in this exhibition alongside many others, drawing considerable influence from the abstract expressionism movement and the avant-garde art of Russia. Additionally, Kayla Spence’s work depicts dreamscapes inspired by the Scottish Highlands where she grew up, she says “This show will have a great sense of community and will portray how we are drawn together by art while embracing the individuality of the artists, as Analogous is a show celebrating the experience of creating art.”
The exhibition runs until the 31st of March, gallery space open Friday-Sunday, 10am-4pm.
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