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UCS School of Arts and Humanities Degree Show

BA (Hons) Fine Art

Venue: R Block, Campus North

Dates: 3 – 17 June

Time: Weekdays 10.00am - 6.00pm, Weekends 11.00pm - 3.00pm

This years Fine Art graduate show is entitled ‘Freefall’. Senior Lecturer and Course Leader David Baldry says, “In this years show you will see a range of ideas and reactions to the world in which we live. On the surface contemporary art can appear to be both baffling and challenging. The process of formulating and articulating ideas is a difficult one. Equally demanding for the audience, can be finding ways to unravel and understand this work. As a viewer of the work in the studios here in the School of Arts and Humanities at UCS, you may be challenged, uplifted, amused or bemused.”

 

BA (Hons) Graphic Design

Venue: R Block, Campus North

Dates: 3 – 17 June

Time: Weekdays 10.00am - 6.00pm, Weekends 11.00pm - 3.00pm

The Graphic Design show is an exciting and professional collection of applied design. The work investigates a diverse range of commercial themes and concludes with a display of highly polished and imaginative solutions executed through print-based and motion-based media.

 

BA (Hons) Interior Design

Venue: R Block, Campus North

Dates: 3 – 17 June

Time: Weekdays 10.00am - 6.00pm, Weekends 11.00pm - 3.00pm

Interior Design students will be presenting projects which they have worked on with clients from the East Anglian region, exploring how to address their design needs. This collaboration is the culmination of the students’ degree experience and illustrates the focus and philosophy that underpins this course. These will include domestic interiors and conversions, commercial design, hotel, restaurant and retail design as well as community design projects.

 

BA (Hons) Photography

Venue: Waterfront Gallery and Foyer, Waterfront Building, Neptune Quay

Dates: 3 – 14 June

Time: Weekdays 10.00am - 6.00pm, Weekends 11.00pm - 3.00pm

Earlier this year, the Photography course took ownership of their new facilities, containing spacious studios and state of the art technology. The course integrates practice and theory to inform and define the making and production of work. This years graduate show, entitled ‘Velocity’, will be presented in the Waterfront Gallery before travelling on to the prestigious ‘Free Range’ art & design festival in London.

Senior lecturer and Course Leader Heike Löwenstein says, “We are proud for the second cohort coming out of a young course to be staging two major exhibitions this year. It is a major achievement for all 16 graduates.”

 

BA (Hons) Computer Games Design / BSC (Hons) Computer Games Programming

Venue: R Block, Campus North

Dates: 3 – 17 June

Time: Weekdays 10.00am - 6.00pm, Weekends 11.00pm - 3.00pm

Graduates from BA (Hons) Computer Games Design and BSC (Hons) Computer Games Programming will be displaying work that includes projects completed for commercial games companies as part of a design brief set by Sony Entertainment, and games developed for the Nintendo DS.

Course Leader Rob Kurta says, “We are really excited about the work our final year students are producing. The ability to collaborate together to produce engaging game play is a key feature both of the degree itself and our relationship with our industry partners.”

 

BA (Hons) Film and Media

Venue: R Block, Campus North

Dates: 3 – 17 June

Time: Weekdays 10.00am - 6.00pm, Weekends 11.00pm - 3.00pm

There will be work exhibited by final year students on the BA (Hons) Film and Media Studies course in a rolling sequence of excerpts from their individual show reels. This will include a combination of work produced as part of their academic study, as well as from extra-curricular film making projects. The common thread running through the ‘on-module’ work relates to the use of a plethora of digital techniques to support a variety of narrative devices. The students will be exhibiting in the R007 film studio space (affectionately known as the Bond Studios) on the ground floor.

Comments:

1 IP1zine | on 26 May 2010

One of the most eagerly anticipated exhibitions of the
summer. Three floors of visual creative work from computer games to fine art. See if you can spot the next big thing from Suffolk School of Arts and Humanities’ pool of talent.

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