Final installation created by alumni is installed at Wellington Place, Leeds.
Precious Seronga, alumni BA (Hons) Visual Communication has produced the fourth and final instalment in the highly successful ‘Artist’s Window’ series, a project by Developer and Asset Manager MEPC in partnership with Leeds Arts University.
Image: BA (Hons) Visual Communication alumni, Precious Saronga at Artist's Window installation, Wellington Place. Image courtesy Bevan Cockerill and Wellington Place.
Winning artist BA (Hons) Visual Communication alumni, Precious Seronga said:
“Being African in the western world, I have experienced the distinct lack of education about my continent. To be chosen on the cultural significance of the art was a true honour – not only to myself as an artist – but also to other Africans in Leeds. I believe opportunities like the Artist’s Window are great for young artists to have a dedicated space to showcase their work in order to help them make their way up in such a competitive industry.”
Previous installation have included a collaboration between two MA Creative Practice students, Maisie Baker and Midge Ryall, and work by BA (Hons) Visual Communication graduates Molly Launchbury and Daria Kowalczyk.
Image: BA (Hons) Visual Communication graduate Daria Kowalczyk with her installation. Image courtesy Bevan Cockerill and Wellington Place.
Image: BA (Hons) Visual Communication student Molly Launchbury with her installation. Image courtesy Bevan Cockerill and Wellington Place.
Visitors are being asked to share their images of the art work on social with #LiftingUpLeeds and #TheArtistsWindowLeeds.