The lid will be lifted on the weird and wonderful world of Dundee's art students this month with the launch of three student exhibitions.
'Unknown Worlds', 'interAction(s)' and 'Sculptures / Prints / Paintings' are on at the Cooper Gallery and the Matthew Building at various times until the end of March so if you fancy doing something different with your lunch break this week then here's the lowdown.
The shows have been organised by the student curatorial team, who programme shows at various location on the university campus throughout the year to highlight the work of students.
This exhibition features work by Tanith Marron, Lorie Ballage, Abi Baikie, Kirsty Dalton and Justus Reichl, whose creations are featured below.
The work includes a mixture of prints, painting, lithography, film, photography, sculpture and a collaborative audio piece.
Cicely Farrer, Curatorial Assistant at the Cooper Gallery, said: "These exhibitions are a great chance to see the work of the students. Unknown Worlds has been organised by the students themselves and they had to first propose it to the Uni.
"It focuses on each artist's personal exploration of unknown worlds, through natural phenomenons or within the human unconscious. It will show a wide range of works that reflects the talents of the artists who come here to study."
The exhibition will be unveiled for the first time tonight at a public preview from 5pm-8pm. The exhibition will then go on full display from tomorrow until Friday, April 4. It is in the Project Space room of the Cooper Gallery.
Portraiture is the subject of the 'interAction(s)' show, which is in the Matthew Recess Cabinet in the Matthew Building. It features the work of Rachel Disbury and Liam Dunn and is on until April 16.
Sculptures / Prints / Paintings
Bobby Sinclair and Struan Teague present a mini exhibition of recent work in this show, which is sited just above the main reception of the Matthew Building. It opened on March 20 and runs until this Friday.
Here's a preview of the some of their works.
All of the shows can be viewed from 9.30am - 5pm from Monday to Friday.