Master of Fine Arts 2015 DJCAD Silent Auction

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We are fundraising for our forthcoming Master of Fine Arts degree show which opens on Friday 21 August 2015 at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Dundee. 

There are 17 artists graduating this year many of whom have been awarded both national and international recognition through residency programmes, travel scholarships, bursaries and exhibitions. 

Some of our graduating artists, along with our Course Director, Mary Modeen have donated a piece of  work to this auction to help raise funds to make the 2015 Master of Fine Arts DJCAD show one to remember! The proceeds will go towards helping students cover some extra material costs alongside providing some funds for promoting our exhibition.

Thank you for taking the time to look at our auction site. We would like to extend an open invite to anyone who wishes to join us on Friday 21 August from 6-9pm at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design for the opening  of the show. 

This is your one chance to purchase a work of art pre-degree show for a very competitive price. Happy bidding and thank you for all your support. Bids close 9.30pm Sunday 12 July 2015. 




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Dinara Mackins
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Dinara Mackins
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Dinara Mackins
£ 55
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Craig Wright
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Sekai Machache
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Mark Hunter
£ 65
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Laura Hope
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Ellis O'Connor
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Nicole Wiltshire
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Cheryl Diane Thomas. Untitled
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Cheryl Diane Thomas. Untitled
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Lynda Watson
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Samantha Wilson
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Mary Modeen
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Annina Engelbrecht
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Lynda Watson
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Annina Englebrecht
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Susie Johnston
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