We’re excited to confirm the venue for this, the third Falmouth Fine Art London, as The Embassy Tea Gallery, London SE1 0LN.
Falmouth School of Art at Falmouth University will present a showcase of work selected from the BA(Hons) Fine Art degree show by art critic and curator Sacha Craddock and curated by artist Jesse Leroy Smith.
Students are currently preparing their degree shows, with selection for Falmouth Fine Art London taking place on 3 June. Artists selected for this exhibition will also benefit from a critique of their work in situ by Falmouth School of Art’s Visiting Professor of Fine Art, Cornelia Parker. We look forward to gathering Fine Art alumni for a Happy Hour on 2 July, the night of the Private View, and all being well some familiar faces from among former course staff.
Fine Art at Falmouth has a long and distinguished reputation for excellence and continues to help students meet the challenges and opportunities of the contemporary art world and the fast growing creative industries. BA(Hons) Fine Art offers its students an exceptional environment for thinking and making, fostering experimentation and critical dialogue. Exhibitions and other professional skills development opportunities are supported during the course, and many alumni have enjoyed success and critical acclaim, including celebrated artists Tacita Dean, Hew Locke, Tim Shaw, Ben Rivers, Lynette Yiadom Boakye and Jessica Warboys.
- Friday 3 July: 10:30 – 6:30pm
- Saturday 4 July: 10:30 – 6:30pm
- Sunday 5 July: 10:30 – 2pm
Private View – Thursday 2 July 7-9pm
Alumni Happy Hour – Thursday 2 July 6-7pm