Recognition for graduate Kate Vickery and a group award for the best overall course exhibition
28 Jul 2016
This year the University of Brighton Interior Architecture BA students scooped not one but two out of the nine top awards.
The IE National Graduate design award for best 3D representation went to Kate Vickery and we were delighted to also win the prestigious IE Graduate Design Award for overall best course exhibition.
Free Range is an Old Truman Brewery special project that provides graduating students with the opportunity to showcase their work on an international level. Founded in 2001 by Tamsin O’Hanlon, Free Range has become a high profile platform and launch pad for graduating creative students to showcase their work to both the general public and industry. Year on year the Free Range exhibitions attract high numbers of visitors over three weeks showing the work of thousands of art, design students from fashion, art, graphics, photography and interior design.
A prestigious panel of judges included:
Georgina White-Aldworth, The White Cube Gallery.
Anna Dannemann, (The Photographer’s Gallery)
Alan Mahon & Matt Barlow, (Association of Photographers)
Tom Seymour (The British Journal of Photography)
Alex Rollings (Creative Debuts)
Karen Ashton (Art Car Boot Fair)
Rebecca Fulleylove (It’s nice that)