Posted: Wed 21st Aug 2019

Postgraduate art and design degree show opens doors to the public for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Aug 21st, 2019

A Degree Show which gives the public the opportunity to see the diverse skills of students on this year’s arts and design Masters programmes at Wrexham Glyndwr University has opened in Wrexham town centre.

Denouement, the MA exhibition at the Regent Street campus, began with a private viewing last Friday.

Dr Karen Heald, Programme Leader for both the MA in Art Practice and the MA in Design Practice said: “This year’s show features a diverse range of styles and practices from our Postgraduate students.

“Our Masters courses in Art Practice and Design Practice have drawn artists from a wide range of backgrounds and ages – but what this show demonstrates is how their practice, and the resulting work, has evolved over their degree.

Dr Heald added, “Each artist and designer benefits from studio space, facilities and staff expertise throughout their course, and this is an ideal chance for people to see their work up close in an intimate setting.”

The show is now open to the public until Friday, August 30 between 10am and 4pm every weekday. The show will be closed to the public for an assessment day on Aug 22 and also August Bank Holiday Monday.

To find out more about the MA in Design Practice at Wrexham Glyndwr University, visit: and to find out more about the MA in Art Practice, visit:

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