Fine Art and Art & Design students have a new exhibition called SKIN DEEP. Featuring the work of Sandy Campbell, Natalie Tyler Kay, Agne Fedaraviciute and Pandora Hadjichristoforou.
We invite you to the Interim Show at the Campus Center, which marks the mid point of our MA Art and Design Students. The exhibition is organized by our staff: Rebecca Ford, Hannah Birkett and Colin Davis and presents the work of eleven of our current MA students. The private view will be on the [...]
Nigel Grimmer Solo Exhibition Minor Monuments When: Preview: Friday 12th of April 2013 | 7-9pm The Exhibition will be from Sat 13 April – Sat 27 April 2013 Where: 71 Eyre Lane, Sheffield S1 4RB More details at: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=2b931d87508eedb69fc032285&id=16c93851e5&e=9584658b1c
Departure Lounge Gallery, 61 George Street, Luton, LU1 2AL (opposite of Primark, entrance on King Street)
Show open from 14th of March to 23rd of March; Thursday, Friday, Saturday 2-6pm
Departure Lounge is delighted to present its second exhibition in its new Luton Base. Fragmentations and Cohesions brings together four emergent contemporary artists Ben Hodson, Karolina Lebek, Michael Radford and Andrew Rickett.
Recent graduate of University of Bedfordshire, Karolina Lebek presents a mixture of photography, video and sound works which explore ideas of memory, distance and emotional loss.
>IMPORT/EXPORT> the title of this year’s graduation exhibition to reflect the fluid nature of art and design practice and education. A toing and froing of ideas between disciplines/tutors/students and, most importantly, cultures. The exhibition title captures the ethos of the course.
Lecturer Slawa Harasymowicz is showing her prints and drawings at the Freud Museum in London. The show combines an installation of silkscreen prints and drawings, including images from the recently published graphic novel ‘The Wolf Man’
Photography and Video Art Senior Lecturer, Leah Gordon’s new photographs are on show at The Riflemakers Gallery in London from the 11th of June till the 14th of July. They investigate the practice of the grading from black to white of skin colour, referred to as Caste, which revealed the extent of racial mixing in 18th [...]
Design For Communication Course Leader Noel Douglas has just returned from doing a Mural workshop in Havana, Cuba. The workshop theme was the key slogan of the Occupy movement the ’99%’ against the ’1%’. In an intense 4 days working with a great group of artists, designers and students from Havana ideas were mulled over [...]
Course Leader for Design for Communication, Noel Douglas features in an exhibition organised by 6 Central St.Martins art students at the Guardian Newspaper’s galleries in Kings Cross, London this April, the show called ‘Our Demonstration’ features work that deals with the ‘art of protest’ and art activism since 1968.
Post graduate student and staff member Ben Hodson has recently had the honour of having an exhibition he curated opened by a member of government. The exhibition Iraq – The Forgotten Story is touring through the Welsh valleys. Ben is exhibiting alongside Ian Rowlands the touring project Iraq – The Forgotten Story in Wales. 05.03.12 [...]
In the new campus centre gallery space, there is currently an exhibition of some visual research by David Jackson.
Graphic Design course leader Noel Douglas features in a major new exhibition that is touring the USA this year. Featuring work produced since 2000 in the most vital sectors of communication design, ‘Graphic Design: Now in Production’ explores design-driven magazines, newspapers, books, and posters as well as branding programs for corporations, subcultures, and nations.
Rebecca Meanley, a Visual Art Practice lecturer, will show abstract paintings in her exhibition, ‘Drawn In’ which explores the relationship between the artist and the canvas.
Sława Harasymowicz, a London based artist and lecturer in the Division of Arts and Design will be opening Dispatches, on Tuesday, 1 November in London.
Sława said: “The show is called Dispatches because it relates to the idea of ‘dispatching’ memory, and information, whether authentic, or ‘assumed’. It is a narrative which offers no explanation. I think it is an interesting opportunity to show art in the middle of a major political institution’s building.”
Friends and family enter Nigel Grimmer’s photographic work through his continual reworking of the family album format. Disrupting our expectations of “traditional” family portraiture Grimmer obscures the identities of his models, protecting them from the viewer’s gaze; his family are pictured turning their backs to the camera, or masking themselves with a variety of disguises and props.
Illustration tutor Rachel Gannon will be showing her work as part of the INK Illustration collective at their second solo exhibition at Tenderpixel Gallery, Cecil Court, London. Entitled ‘The Wondering Line’ the exhibition looks to the sketch and interrogates the context for the sketch, both in the collectives work and its use in commercial illustration.
Recently graduated MA student Anna Skopinska has turned her masters project into a real publication Grafik Rebel which was just launched in August in Warsaw. For the launch Anna, as part of her new studio, Rebel Zoo Studio put on an exhibition featuring Design For Communication’s Course Leader, Noel Douglas and typographer and designer Jonathan Barnbrook.
The MA Art & Design students are exhibiting at the Hat Factory gallery from the 12th of September, come see the graduates work.
The Artist Sew n Sew invites you to a private view of an exhibition ” Luton Textile Archaeology ” in The Hat Factory, Gateway Gallery, Bute St , Luton. An installation of textiles, soft sculpture, relational art and photography on the theme of haptic, memory and association, made of vintage and contemporary, obsolescent and discarded textiles.
Staff member Ben Hodson and Luton based photographer Ian Rowlands have brought together an emotive exhibition at The Hat Factory throughout July 2011. This exhibition is part of an ongoing project in which they seek to challenge some of the stereo typical images we see coming out of Iraq. The artists present the nation’s history, with its savagery against humanity, but they also aim to look to the future with hope.
The University of Bedfordshire’s New Campus Centre in Luton, is home to the BA(Hons) Interior Design and BA(Hons) Interior Architecture Degree Show 2011 until 16th June 2011. The Final Major Projects on display are developments of the Interior/Architectural design project ‘Spatial Dichotomies‘. Students were asked to design for two contrasting user groups, accommodated within one [...]
Unusual suspects is an exhibition opening at the Hat Factory, created by five students who met on photography course at University of Bedfordshire. They have come together to bring you their own interpretations of the medium in variety of forms. Ksenija Kucerova’s works varies between drawings combined with found images, stop motion animation, and [...]