AN exhibition showcasing the "mesmerising" works of final year photography and film students in Wrexham, opens today.

The Faction Unthemed #FU23 exhibition is a diverse showcase that previews a selection of works from across Wrexham Glyndwr University final year undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Opening today at The Insert Gallery, on Regent Street, Wrexham, from 6pm until 8pm, the premise of the exhibition is to exhibit a glimpse from major projects that the students have been undertaking over the past four months.

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Stephen King, programme leader for photography and film at Wrexham Glyndwr University, said: "Faction Unthemed #FU23 by our photography and film students at the Wrexham School of Art demonstrates the continuing artistic and professional possibilities achievable by our talented students.

"We are immensely proud to say our students have worked extremely hard to produce works which demonstrate their true uniqueness in not only how they see things, but also how they engage with their environments and communities.

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"The works present the broad diversity that is manifold within the expanded field of lens based media in 2023. Faction Unthemed #FU23 is an absolute must-see."

Prof Alec Shepley, Dean of Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology, and Professor of Contemporary Art Practice at Wrexham Glyndwr University, added: "The students in this show have produced works which continue to expand the field in fabulous ways and clearly demonstrates excellent creative sensibility and technical proficiency, combined with individualistic ways of seeing."

• The exhibition at The Insert Gallery is open to the public from Thursday, January 26, and then every Monday to Friday, from 10am-5pm until Thursday, February 16. Entry is free.