Arts & Creative Industries Degree Show 2019

Event information

START DATE 14 June 2019
START TIME 10:00am

F-Block, The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

END DATE 17 June 2019
END TIME 04:00pm

The Collection brings together the creativity, achievement and innovative spirit of our visual arts and design students.

We work with our students to develop a studio ethos that’s informed by industry trends and a sense of social engagement. They graduate ready to make an impact and create the culture of the future.

Our end of year degree show is a celebratory and inspiring showcase of final year projects from graduating students in BA 3D Animation and Games, BA Animation, BA Design Crafts, BA Fashion Communication and Styling, BA Fine Art, BA Graphic Design, BA Illustration, BA Interior Architecture, BA Interior Design , BA Photography.

Our Degree Show is more than an exhibition; we are also screening our Fashion students' press show from Somerset House, hosting a number of parallel activities with partners from the industry and showing performances by our performing arts students. A collection of work-in-progress examples from postgraduate students in MA Art and Social Practice, MA Children’s Book Illustration and Graphic Novels, MA Fine ArtMA Graphic Design,  MA Interiors (Architecture and Design)MA Photography and MA Printmaking will also be available for view.


Private view

13 June 2019 | 6.00pm to 9.00pm

Public view

Friday 14 June 2.00pm to 4.00pm Animation Panel Johnny Kelly, Katerina Athanasopoulou and Tom Box (Blue Zoo) join Lilly Husbands, Animation and Visual Culture lecturer to showcase their work and discuss the secrets to success in the industry.
Friday 14 June 4.00pm to 5.00pm Woodrow Phoenix London-born author, artist, illustrator and graphic designer, Woodrow Phoenix talks about his career in graphic novels and illustration.
Saturday 15 June 10.00am to 4.00pm Transformations student conference A broad selection of graduating students from across the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries present their research across a range of themes including Body and Gender, Ethics and Sustainability, Space and Place, and Decolonising the Creative Industries
Sunday 16 June TBC Student performances Performances by a selection of graduating students from the Performing Arts Department.
Monday 17 June 10.30am to 4.00pm Master's Monday Our postgraduate students discuss and present their work in progress.

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