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Ipswich: Photographers display their final degree show work

14:11 23 May 2014

Some of the final year photography students at UCS

Some of the final year photography students at UCS

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Open invitation to UCS Photography Degree Show 2014

Over the past year, 33 BA (Hons) Photography students at University Campus Suffolk (UCS), known as the group Lux Locus, have been busy preparing and fundraising for their two final degree shows taking place in Ipswich and London.

The Ipswich degree show is taking place in the Room 1 cafe and Forefront Studio, at the UCs Arts Building, Campus North, Ipswich, from June 5 to June 18.

The show will then make its way up to London where it will be part of the Free Range Exhibition, the largest undergraduate show in Europe, within The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, from June 13 to June 16.

There will also be private viewings at both shows, with an opportunity to meet the artists, discuss their work and purchase some of the work on display.

A spokesman said:“Lux Locus would like to send their many thanks to all of the supporters who helped to make these two degree shows possible, and we look forward to seeing you all.”

To find out more about the upcoming shows, visit

Facebook: www.facebook.com/luxlocus

Twitter: www.twitter.com/LuxLocus

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