Venice Biennale 2015

Amanda Lightbody and Hester Grant are two of 28 Scottish students and graduates who are overseeing the daily set up of an exhibition by the Scottish artist Graham Fagan and providing visitors with information about the artist and his work.

Hester and Amanda are studying for a BA (Hons) in Fine Art at Moray School of Art. Each will spend time in Venice, Amanda in June and Hester in September. This is the first time that Scotland + Venice has hosted students from the University of the Highlands and Islands and the Barns-Graham Charitable Trust is delighted to assist the students to take part. Amanda is doing a blog which can be read here.

More about Graham Fagan’s selection as Scotland’s representative can be found here.

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A picture from Venice Biennale re the 2015 Scotland + Venice student learning programme that the Trust is helping to support. Photo caption: Julija Astasonoka (second from right) with artist Graham Fagen (third from right), Hospitalfield Arts director Lucy Byatt (fourth from right) and other Scottish art students and graduates at the exhibition in Venice.
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A picture from Venice Biennale re the 2015 Scotland + Venice student learning programme that the Trust is helping to support. Photo caption: Julija Astasonoka (second from right) with artist Graham Fagen (third from right), Hospitalfield Arts director Lucy Byatt (fourth from right) and other Scottish art students and graduates at the exhibition in Venice.
Amanda Lightbody
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Amanda Lightbody

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