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  • Mediterranean (so blue, so beautiful) by David Jackson

            In the new campus centre gallery space, there is currently an exhibition of some visual research by David Jackson.

  • Graphic Design Now In Production

    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.

  • Nigel Grimmer – Staff billboard commission

    The Roadkill Family Album, is an ongoing series of works shown here for the first time in a public location. Taking the form of an alternative family album using his friends and family the series highlights the constructed nature of images in Nigel’s photographs. Each piece silently questions the role of the human within nature, paring it with self destructive nature displayed within pockets society.

  • Ben Gets Creative With Business

    A graduate and staff member in the art and design department, Ben Hodson has won a number of awards for his company. ATP Media, based out of the Hat Factory in Luton has recently been awarded at both a local and national level. The creative business has just received a Future 100 award and one of the directors, Ben Hodson won Community Businessperson of the year in the Luton’s Best of Awards ceremony at Luton Hoo last week.

  • Rebecca Meanley – Drawn In

    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.

  • Ben Hodson – The Re Show

    Staff member Ben Hodson is taking part in an arts council funded exhibition called “The Re Show”. The Re… Show is a group show of 12 artists. The venue for the show is the ‘Street Dreams’ workshop in High Wycombe. Street Dreams is a charity that equips young people with life skills and provides them with personal development opportunities.

  • Sława Harasymowicz – Dispatches

    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.”

  • Nigel Grimmer – Time’s Relentless Melt

    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.

  • The Wondering Line

    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.

  • Break Out At The Rebel Zoo

    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.