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  • 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…

  • Spatial Design Explores The Netherlands

    Spatial Design Explores the Netherlands The 2009/10 field trip for Spatial Design students was to The Netherlands. The trip which was attended by first, second and third year students and covered buildings, museums and galleries in Amsterdam, Utrecht, The Hague, Hilversum, and Rotterdam. The aim of the tour was to allow Spatial Design students to…

  • 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…

  • Degree Show 2010

    Welcome to ‘We Create Together’ the Art and Design Degree show, 2010 at the University of Bedfordshire, which also coincides with the launch of this website. With this showcase we celebrate the creative work of this year’s cohort of honours graduates. Encouraging the creative potential of our students is our prime aim over the three…

  • Making Performance

    “Making Performance” is a collaborative project between Spatial Design students from the Luton Campus and ‘Contemporary Theatre Practice’ students from the Bedford Polhill Campus. The idea behind the project was for the students to have the opportunity to work and develop creative thinking together – across differing disciplines – allowing for a broader creative experience.…

  • Letterpress Workshop with Helen Ingham

    University of Bedfordshire Alumni and Graphic Designer Helen Ingham visited art and design to give Art and Design and Design for Communication students a treat–the chance to do their very own Letterpress workshop! Letterpress is the old way of printing using wooden block type, it has become more fashionable of late because of Designers desire…

  • Design for Communication visits Poland

    Design for Communication students and staff recently enjoyed a snowy field trip to Katowice, Poland. We went participate in a conference called Social Responsibility and Graphic Design organised by the Art Academy of Katowice where course leader Noel Douglas was among the speakers. Pic: Course Leader Noel Douglas speaking at the conference. The conference was…