BANGOR University’s third year fine art students have helped put together an exhibition that will run from June 11-16.

Based at Coleg Menai’s Parc Menai campus in the city, the exhibition will feature works from BA, Level 3 and Foundation students.

No booking is required in advance and admission is free.


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Rhiannon Fogarty-Wilkinson, studying for a BA in fine art at Bangor, said: "This exhibition is an amalgamation of 15 students' works.

“Over the last six months, we have worked to bring this event together, to exhibit for the first time in three years, since prior to COVID-19.

“From figurative painters to abstract sculptors, the works explore numerous concepts.

“As students, we've put this work together to share with the public, and that’s important because we're getting the chance to connect with other local artists and share ideas with the wider public that they're given the chance to enjoy and reflect on.”

The exhibition will be open from 10am-4pm on June 11, closed on June 12, 9.30am-7.30pm on June 13-15, and 9.30am-4pm on June 16.