Since 2003, the William S. Phillips’ Fund has supported over 40 postgraduates with bursaries to study at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design. This major exhibition commemorates 15 years of this funding with a wide-ranging collection of work by the recipients of the awards as well as some examples of work by William Phillips’ father, landscape painter Charles Gustav Louis Phillips. The exhibition celebrates the extraordinary vibrancy of the art and design talent that has emerged from Dundee and its continuing influence through the wide-ranging work of these contemporary artists and designers.
The exhibition has been organised by Josephine Jules Andrews (School of Humanities) in association with the University of Dundee Museum Services and with support from the William S. Phillips' Fund.
Image left: Delta by Didi Jellema (copyright the artist)
Festival of Museums - Saturday 19 May at 3pm, D'Arcy Thompson Lecture Theatre, Tower Building
An opportunity to meet and hear the stories of some of the artists and designers who have contributed to the exhibition in this special afternoon of presentations and discussion. Free admission - all welcome.
A lavishly illustrated publication accompanies the exhibition - it is available for sale here.