Tatha Gallery’s Pillars of Excellence

Sophie Percival, 'Motions 3', Multi-layered lithograph with hand-painted highlights
Sophie Percival, 'Motions 3', Multi-layered lithograph with hand-painted highlights

The Graduates: Four Pillars

Virtual Event

From: 27 Feb 2021

To: 3 Apr 2021

Tatha Gallery
1 High Street

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Launching the 2021 programme at Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay, The Graduates: Four Pillars showcases three recent graduates from each of Scotland’s four main art colleges: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (represented by Josie Jones, Eve McGlynn and Sophie Percival), Edinburgh College of Art (Hannah Lim, Dominika Ucar and George Williams), Glasgow School of Art (Hannah Barker, Emma Boiston and Fanny Arnesen) and Gray’s School of Art (Catherine Eckersall, Lauren Fergusson and Zuzanna Salamon). The artwork in the show spans the disciplines of painting, drawing, printmaking, textiles, sculpture and ceramics. Due to the pandemic many final year students were unable to complete their degree work or display it at the usual end of year degree shows, so credit goes to Tatha Gallery for providing these emerging artists with an opportunity to expose their work to a new audience.

In addition to the work online, there are a video and virtual 360-degree interactive view of the exhibition.

360-degree tour here

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