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  • Light in the Darkness

    Ben Hodson, the technician demonstrator for Art & Design, is exhibiting a recent collection of work titled: “Light in the darkness”.  The series is a smaller selection from a recent solo exhibition and is currently hanging in the corridor space by the media hub in the Luton Park Square campus. “Light in the darkness.” This…

  • High Town Art For All

    High Town Art For All is a collective of artists who have gained access to two otherwise empty shops on High Town Road in Luton. The shops are animated with visual art, workshops and collaborative art projects. The shops (No. 37 & 40) are open most days between 3-7pm until January 2010. The project is…

  • Polish Poster Party!

    Design for Communication course leader Noel Douglas, has just had work shown in the most prestigious and largest poster bienniale in the world, held at the Wilanów Poster Museum, in Warsaw, Poland. Selected from 3,453 entries from 50 countries the 22nd International Poster Biennale exhibited just 453 original designs in three categories, advertising, ideological and…

  • Invisible Gallery Take 2!

    Illustrations tutors, INK Illustration revisit their Invisible Gallery a year from it’s first outing at Tenderpixel Gallery in Leicester Square. The imaginary library is filled with books that have been alluded to in novels, but have never actually existed and has been installed at Free Word, Farringdon 25th June-30 July. The exhibition is part of Islington…

  • Second Year Students Create Guerilla Gallery

    A group of 2nd year fine art, art & design and illustration students took over shop unit in the Luton indoor market hall. 11th – 17th June 2010

  • Spatial Design Gets Magnified

    Spatial Design Gets Magnified…Experiential Learning “Experiential Learning” is a project that allows second year Spatial Design students to explore the two and three dimensional visual world, through a creative journey. The project starts with group work, students have to watch an iconic movie, over and over,  they have to establish three ‘brand values’ – these…

  • Everybody Loves Design and Sunshine!

    Design for Communication is currently showing at D&AD’s New Blood event at the Truman Brewery at Brick Lane in London. New Blood is the annual showcase for Communication Design students around the country, as usual there is some great work, students getting portfolio reviews and talks from design professionals and after two busy private views…

  • Images from the Opening

    We had a great opening on Thursday, here are a few images from the evening, more to come! Images: Ben Hodson