All the Young Grays @ Hatch

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All the Young Gray's is a pop up exhibition hosted by a collective of Fine Art students from Gray's School of Art.

Inspiration has been drawn from a broad spectrum of contemporary influences including social and political art, gender and identity, the media, landscapes and personal reflection and narratives.

The exhibition will host a wide variety of artistic mediums from video and sound to photography, print and painting.

The event will be located in "Hatch", an up and coming versatile event space situated on Belmont Street in the city centre.

All the Young Gray's opens on the 26th from 6-10pm and will be open all day on the 27th and 28th from 10-6pm 

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