There were some fantastic pieces there. The show includes 3D, but I always feel 3D work gets a particularly bad deal out of open exhibitions like this - everyone works their way round the walls, in the main, while sculptures and ceramics loiter uneasily in the open spaces. There was one stand-out 3D piece for me - Caroline Waterman's 'Wrapped Head' (which I thought was bronze but wasn't) - and a few others that were good but would look better in a whiter, emptier, more 3D-orientated space. I didn't rate the ceramics I saw, but maybe I missed the best bits?
But do go and see the show. The thing about an open exhibition is that there's so much on display, and it's all so enormously varied. Go along and love this, hate that, grudgingly admire the skill that has gone into the other - the only opinion that has to matter to the viewer is their own. It's on until the end of August.