The Faculty of Art's 2011 Graduate Show was a huge success with a very high standard of student work across all disciplines, making the judging for the end-of-year graduate prizes no easy task. You can read about some of the award winners below; their backgrounds, experiences as students here and examples of their work.
A full list of 2011 graduate prize winners is also available.
Performance and Visual Arts 2011 graduate prize winner discusses his music background and university life. Read more
Interior Architecture graduate found inspiration in the vibrancy of the city, which she was encouraged to explore. Read more
3D Design student talks about his course experiences fresh from winning the Designing for the Future prize. Read more
Graduate Design and Craft student Freya Sewell won the Nagoya Prize at the 2011 Graduate Show. Read more.
Photography graduate and Tom Buckeridge prize winner discusses his background and experiences
Santander award winning Photography graduate felt "honoured to be a part of the course and very proud of the show. Read more
Fine Art Painting prize winner talks about his student experience: "There have been many great things about studying at Brighton ... the freedom to explore my own creative impulses"
Fine Art Painting graduate Rebecca explores interior and exterior spaces using observations from life and moods
Illustration graduate who was highly commended in the Nagoya prize category was impressed by the bookbinding and printmaking facilities at Brighton. Read more