Norwich University of the Arts students showcase their work in MA Degree Show

The Norwich University of the Art's MA Degree art exhibition. Vicky Brooke studies the work by Henry

The Norwich University of the Art's MA Degree art exhibition. Vicky Brooke studies the work by Henry Driver, MA fine art, called Second Skin, which has received a Vice-Chancellor's postgraduate commendation. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

People can take a look at work by the next generation of artists and designers at a new exhibition opening in Norwich tomorrow.

The Norwich University of the Art's MA Degree art exhibition. Georgie French on the sofa of Georgina

The Norwich University of the Art's MA Degree art exhibition. Georgie French on the sofa of Georgina Ridgley piece for her MA textile design, which has received a Vice-Chancellor's postgraduate commendation, with the sofa called Chaos, and the single chair called Playtime. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

Norwich University of the Arts' postgraduate students are presenting their masters projects in a showcase exhibition at NUA's Guntons Building until August 10.

The MA Degree Show features work from courses including communication design, fine art, games, moving image and sound, textile design and photography.

Paul Fieldsend-Danks, head of taught postgraduate awards at Norwich University of the Arts, said: 'This year's MA exhibition is hugely varied, covering a breadth of art, design and media.

'The incredibly high standard of work on display in the show reflects the diversity and ambition of NUA's taught postgraduate students.

The Norwich University of the Art's MA Degree art exhibition. Digital 3D sculpture called Achie by B

The Norwich University of the Art's MA Degree art exhibition. Digital 3D sculpture called Achie by Bradley Morgan Johnson, who has won a BAFTA Scholarship. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016


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'It's a fascinating show and we encourage the public to take this opportunity to come and see the abundance of work being produced by our creative community in the heart of the city centre.'

The MA Degree Show opens to the public tomorrow at NUA Guntons Building, in St George's Street, and runs until August 10. The exhibition is open 10am–5pm each day except Sunday when it is open 1–5pm. Admission is free.

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For more information, visit www.nua.ac.uk

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