ART and Exhibitions

By Bell, Lucy | Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), September 22, 2000 | Go to article overview

ART and Exhibitions


Bell, Lucy, Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)


A digital edge on new design

AN EXHIBITION by multimedia students at Lanchester Gallery, Coventry, called the MADdm degree show, is on tomorrow, Sunday and Monday.

This November a record 21 students will be graduating from Coventry University's MA Design and Digital Media course.

The course challenges established concepts of digital media and incorporates interactive work, digital animation, video, sound, website design and CD-Rom/DVD design.

The projects on display reflect this diversity and include screen-based work, projections and installations.The students worked under the guidance of tutor Darryl Georgiou.

It is hoped that the MADdm show will be touring galleries across Britain.

Twin crafts and fond memories

ARTS and crafts from Rugby's German and French twin towns are on show at Rugby Art Gallery, until October 15.

The Civic Hall, Bedworth: Indians Living Abroad, photo exhibition by Tushar Unadkat, until September 30.

Hinckley new artists' society exhibition of watercolours, oils, pottery and glass at the old Age Concern building in Regent Street, Hinckley, Monday-Thursday, 9.30am-4.30pm.

PARSONAGE PROJECT, Bedworth:

the latest exhibition, Floral Bedworth, focuses on the history of the town's Miners' Welfare Park, local flowers shows over the years, gardens and allotments, and Bedworth in Bloom. Alongside it is Memories 2000, the reminiscences of some of the oldest residents of the town. …

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