Video produced by Ed Keatin, Graphic Design BA(Hons)
Some highlights from this year's show
For nine days this summer the entire Grand Parade campus will be open to the public - a huge gallery showing a wide range of work by students from art, design and architecture courses.
Watch the catwalk show by our Fashion students who featured at Graduate Fashion Week 30 May-2 June.
The work by graduating BA and MA History of Art and Design students is featured in an online catalogue
Fashion with Business Studies BA(Hons) student Nataliya Brady with one of her garments from her 'Plastic Fantastik' collection. Photo: Andy Weekes.
Elizabeth Dress by Sally Atalla, Textiles with Business Studies BA(Hons). Photo: Jason Light. Model: Beth McGlinchey.
Megan Clark, a Fine Art Performance BA(Hons) student sits sewing within her ‘Durational Performance Installation’, a journey into the microscopic world of the human body and a “multi-sensory experience through a landscape of textile sculptures”. Photo: Andy Weekes.
Ceramic Macaroons by Alice Stewardson, 3D Design and Craft BA(Hons)
Samples of printed textiles by India Harris, Fashion and Textiles BA(Hons)
David Gordon, uses ‘Arranged Found Objects’ in his work. He is a mature Fine Art Sculpture BA(Hons) student from Seaford, East Sussex and has worked as a plumber and in IT, but never drifted too far from his love of art. Photo: Andy Weekes.
Francesca (Chica) Seal, has produced semi-abstract figures using acrylics on bed linen. Chica whose course is Fine Art BA(Hons), is now looking for funding and a residency. Photo: Andy Weekes.
Model by Dimitra Chatzilouka, Architecture BA(Hons)
Souzana Petri travelled to her native Cyprus on a work placement with a Cypriot potter who uses traditional techniques. Her hand crafted vessels carry modern messages about society and places round the world. The 3D Design and Craft Masters graduate’s collection is called ‘Twisted Tradition’. Photo: Andy Weekes.
Bradley Guy's is a Fine Art Printmaking BA(Hons) student. His reduction woodcuts entitled 'Alterverse' feature characters inspired by mythology and science fiction. Photo: Andy Weekes.
Still from Singularity, Julia Fry, Moving Image BA(Hons)
Fine Art Sculpture BA(Hons) student Liv Thurley has created an installation entitled ‘I liked you better before you were naked on the internet’, an “experience about a being a teenage girl on line and making a virtual world”. Photo: Andy Weekes.
Slave bangle (copper, silver and Dalle de Verre glass) by David Lilly. 3D Design and Craft BA(Hons)
Private view party Friday 5 June 2015
Public exhibition Saturday 6 to Sunday 14 June, 2015.
Saturday 6 June 12noon – 5pm
Sunday 7 June 12noon – 5pm
Monday 8 June 10am – 6pm
Tuesday 9 June 10am – 6pm
Wednesday 10 June 10am – 6pm
Thursday 11 June 10am – 8pm
Friday 12 June 10am – 8pm
Saturday 13 June 12noon – 5pm
Sunday 14 June 12noon – 5pm
See highlights of our 2014 show.