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Student Art Prom Exhibition
June 28, 2013 02:18


Student Art Prom is the unique project of Design Center Artplay for Moscow and Russia. Expositions of the students of the most demanded art universities are presented within the exhibition on one open area for a month starting from June 14.

The nonprofit project aims to support education in contemporary arts, architecture, design. As it was experienced from the first exhibition in 2012 – Student Art Prom is the unique chance for many students to present their works and achievements to general public as well as to professional community: the critics, gallery owners, artists, architects.

Student Art Prom participants are not limited by any conventionalities and topics. Curator from each university chooses graduation or course projects which fully and clearly reflect the essence of creativity in a particular institute.

British Higher School of Design, MARSH, Institute of Contemporary Art problems, the Rodchenko School of Photography and Multimedia, MGHPA named after Stroganov S.G., Moscow Curators School (MMSI), Institute Srtelka, MGAHI named after Surikov V.A.  participate in Student Art Prom in 2013.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Arts Moscow events Education   

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