Work of more than 150 students is to be displayed at the annual Robert Gordon University Gray’s School of Art Degree Show.
The show is to open this Saturday and will run until Sunday, June 24.
It will showcase the hard work of all final-year students at the school including painting, fashion and textiles, contemporary art, 3D design and photography.
The event will be sponsored for the 15th year by BP.
Head of Gray’s School of Art, Libby Curtis said: “Once again we have an extremely rich show planned which will showcase the hard work, creativity and commitment of our artists and designers here at Gray’s.
“The Degree Show is a fantastic celebration of the work of the students, and plays an important role in contributing towards Aberdeen’s varied and continuously developing cultural offering.”
She added: “We are extremely grateful to BP for its support of the degree show over the past 15 years and for helping provide our students with such a strong platform from which to launch their future careers.”
Entry to the degree show is free and opening times are 10am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 5pm on weekends.
For more information visit rgu.ac.uk/degreeshow