September 11, 2012 4.54 pm This story is over 116 months old

Art exhibition moves into Lincoln empty shops

Vitrine: Two empty city centre shops have been transformed into exhibition space by a group of University of Lincoln postgraduate students.

Two empty city centre shops have been transformed by postgraduate students from the University of Lincoln to showcase their work in contemporary art, ceramics and conservation.

The exhibition, called Vitrine, opened on September 11, and for two weeks will focus on contemporary art and design, as well as new research in ceramics and collage.

As previously reported, the gallery spaces at 38 and 47 Sincil Street are used by art and design MA students for their final exhibition in a bid to reach a new audience in the city.

Lincolnshire Co-operative let out the vacant units to the University.

The gallery is open from September 11 to September 15, between 10am-4pm, and September 18 to September 22 from 10am–4pm.

Photos by Maya Arsenovic for The Lincolnite