Fiona Skinner. 23 Years Old. Wannabe ginger.

BA(hons) Fine Art. Duncan of Jordanstone 2013.

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This is a wee hint of something that I’ll be taking photos of when my film arrives. It’s going to be part of a little book.
Today I had a proper look around the Duncan of Jordanstone Degree Show and was really impressed with what I saw. I attended the opening on Friday night, however I spent most of my time catching up with people from my year so it was good to take the day to really appreciate everything properly. There’s a nice variety of work (something I think DJCAD really encourages) and I really enjoyed visiting without any expectations. As I mentioned in a previous post, for the past few years I’ve been pretty aware of what’s going on in the art school in preparation for the Degree Show. As a result I don’t feel I appreciated the work as much as I should have, so it was nice to visit the show as an outsider. The only thing I found strange was that I found myself walking into spaces and expecting to see the work that was displayed there last year. I guess it was a hint of nostalgia…

(My Degree Show space was inside the windows on the left-hand side & the printmaking department is the row of windows below.)