Last November the School of Art staged a show featuring the domestic tea towel.
We had a fascinating time looking at design styles in communication through drawing and the written word.
The tea towel, as the focal point of the show, is a creative and amusing way to look at communication. The exhibition draws the viewers attention to the idea that a practical but necessary item can also be a work of art, a form of advertising, an instructional guide and by default a celebration of all things British.
The entrance to the show celebrating the humble tea towel.
A glimpse into the 50’s fashion wardrobe
One of the 200 + tea towels on display
The band Police Dog Hogan open the show before going on to play to a sell out show in the city.
The 2nd yr students helped out serving tea and offering homemade cake a the private view.
The guests at the PV
Police Dog tuck in.
I love cake
Students and staff so very kindly made cakes for the opening of the exhibition.
A fantastic achievement by Andrew, one of the Fine Art staff.
Steve, one of the art school staff, playing alongside fellow muscians at the Private View.