Avenue Gallery

Avenue Gallery, The University of Northampton
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Avenue Gallery offers a diverse and contemporary programme of temporary exhibitions which reflects the range of activities and academic ambitions within the School of the Arts. As well as showcasing student work and staff research, Avenue Gallery hosts regular exhibitions by established artists which demonstrate the University's engagement with the wider cultural and academic community. The University also houses the Osborne Robinson Collection of historic posters.

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Closed: Weekends, Bank Holidays and University vacations.

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Exhibitions at Avenue Gallery are open to the public during the specified hours, but access to the Osborne Robinson Poster Collection archive is by appointment only.

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100s & 1000s exhibition poster

100s & 1000s

  • 17 — 23 January 2018 *on now

100’s & 1000’s EXHIBITION
MA Fine Art Graduation Show

17-23 January 2018
Monday-Friday 10.00am-4.00pm

Private View: Tuesday 16 January 5.30pm-8.00pm

Avenue Gallery
The University of Northampton
St. George’s Avenue
Northampton NN2 6JD

100’S & 1000’S Exhibition is the collection of works by three Fine Art Students who are graduating from the MA Fine Art programme at the University of Northampton. The exhibition is the culmination of works, theories, and critical thinking which form the foundation of their individual methodologies within a Fine Art practice.

The process of research, development of their skills and the critical engagement that has been key to these three post graduates’ studies have prepared them for their career beyond the University within an academic environment and more. This exhibition allows their work to be seen as a collection.


Robin Clements focuses his practice on capturing the ephemerality of the urban hinterland. Within the identifiable scenes which are constructed, Robin looks for subtle social narratives which can often be missed or even willfully ignored.

Flower Jubber’s work holds a vibrant visual representation recalling memories of her life in South Africa as a child. She uses objects and has created pieces with paint, print and surface reflecting the flavours and places she was absorbed within.

Marie Byrne paints images depicting Labour and the symbols we naturally associate with ideas of the physical in our work. Marie’s interest in signs and our perceptions of their definition is a further outline in her practice.



Avenue Gallery
Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology
The University of Northampton
St. George's Avenue






01604 893050

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