Thursday, 11 February 2010


Hello Everyone,

Last week we saw the exhibition of Amy Gough's video experiment. Cameras were attached to the roof of the gallery and were projected on opposite sides of the corridor. The final product looked great, if you were unlucky enough to not see it, we will be uploading photos later on in the week. Amy is a 3rd year painting student and will be holding an exhibition in the Holdon Gallery later on this term.

This week we have Mark Robinson's exhibition which will be running until tomorrow morning (Friday). We were having lots of compliments even before it went up so if you haven't walked through please make sure you do it tonight or tomorrow morning, if only to see it coming down. The exhibition includes a selection of prints, paintings and drawings; mostly done in the first term of 1st year painting. An impressive collection of work influenced by primitiveness and Pop Art. Please visit for more information on Mark's work.

Going up this week is the Photography assessment work, and then the week after will be the Images and Things exhibition; a selection of images from 1st year essays from Friday lectures. We are still in the process of selecting images so if you'd like to still be apart of this then please send your images in a jpeg to This will be going on throughout reading week so if you're still around please come and have a look.

The Link Gallery.

Tuesday, 2 February 2010



Anyone good with HTML? Wanting to start a new project to put on the CV? The Link is looking for one web developer/designer to look after the current link gallery website. Applicants must be fully competent with using HTML and CSS and can commit to around 2-3 hours a week on developing the website. OR a full afternoon to explain to the team how to build and update a website. This opportunity is open to anyone so if you know of anyone that would be interested, please send a short statement stating why you'd be good for this job and any other plus points that may help your application to

As reward your name will always be credited to any work that the gallery does and you can get involved as little or as much as you'd like with the gallery.

Thanks, and good luck!

The Link Gallery.