A Sense of Place – QMU Art Psychotherapy Graduate Exhibition

Monday 8th July - Saturday 13th July
Opening Monday 8th July 6pm - 9pm. Exhibition open daily 9th-12th July 10am-5pm, until Saturday 13th July 10am - 3pm

The exhibition will celebrate the work of Queen Margaret University’s final year MSc Art Psychotherapy students and will showcase an array of expressive and insightful artwork inspired by the theme of a Sense of PLACE.

All are welcome to attend the opening event on Monday 8th July from 6pm – 9pm. Please register here if you would like to attend the opening. 

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