The first glimpse of summer heralds the return of east London institution, Free Range. For 2014 and its fourteenth edition, Free Range will once again take over The Old Truman Brewery on London's Brick Lane to showcase a vast array of work from talented young creatives. Over seven weeks, a hundred courses and 3000 students will exhibit their work in a series of free public exhibitions. The sheer scale of Free Range in both the scope of the work on display and visitor numbers - the exhibition expects to attract in excess of 100,000 people this year puts it on a par with the major international art fairs. Free Range 2014 promises to be bigger and better than all previous years.
Under the guidance of creative director and founder Tamsin O'Hanlon, Free Range continues to develop year on year and has become a crucial part of London's cultural calendar as well as an authoritative identifier and supporter of tomorrow's best creative talent. The show attracts a wealth of participating UK universities and art colleges, providing exhibiting talent with a prominent platform for their work.
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