This month there is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate emerging creative talent in Scotland, and to enjoy some unique and though-provoking artwork.
From the 21st until the 29th May, The Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee will be hosting their first in-person degree show in two years. Tickets are free, and the event is open to the public.
Held at the DJCAD'S exhibition space and studio, the show will feature a range of different kinds of displays and exhibits, including sculpture, fine art, jewellery, textiles, urban planning and environmental design.
The exhibits will cover a number of different themes, several of which are incredibly relevant to the work of the RSA. Examples include social critique, mental and physical wellbeing, communication and connection, disability, and sustainability and materials.
The degree show will be a great opportunity to enjoy some fascinating and unique work, and to celebrate creative talent. Click here for more information about the degree show and to book your ticket.