Residents work a breath of ‘Fresh Air’

A new exhibition at the Centrespace gallery in Dundee Contemporary Arts showcases work created during year-long residencies at art colleges in Scotland.

‘Fresh Air’ is an exhibition of new and exciting jewellery and silversmithing work from artists in residence (AIRS) at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, part of the University of Dundee, Glasgow School of Art and Edinburgh College of Art.

This exhibition aims to bring practices, materials and makers from different Scottish cities together and four of the 14 exhibiting artists – Sheila Roussel, Alana Peden, Rosie Kimber and Beth Spowart – spent their residency at Duncan of Jordanstone.

Fresh Air is open at Centrespace  from 12-5pm each day until Wednesday, 15th July.


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