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
From the 26 April – 24 May 2012 there will be an exhibition of Latvian student and alumni work in The Gallery Space at the University in the Campus Centre at Park Square.
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.
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.
You are invited to the 2011 University of Bedfordshire Art and Design Show. Luton Campus, Park Square, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3JU. Private View: Wednesday 8th June 6 till 10pm. Including the Fashion Show and Dance Display starting at 9PM in the adjacent UK Centre for Carnival Arts. The Art & Design students and staff [...]
Students on the Fashion Design courses accredited by the University of Bedfordshire attended Paris Fashion Week to watch the fashion shows and explore the fashion industry close up.
Spatial Design first year students are currently working on a the ‘Paradigm’ project, which explores the architectural philosophies, principles and contexts of a number of iconic houses from around the world. The houses include The Villa Savoye by Le Corbusier, Tugendhat House by Mies van der Rohe, Eames House by Charles and Ray Eames, Schminke [...]
Spatial Design second years recently went on a field trip to London, visiting both The Royal Festival Hall and The National Theatre, this was organized to support the ‘Making Performance’ design project, which requires the students to design a ‘set’ for live performance. With specially organized tours round both buildings, the tours included back of [...]
Third Year Spatial Design Students begin their academic year with a project aimed to get them ready for their Final Major Project. This ‘taster’ project is ‘Retail Branded Environments’. The students are given a real life site to visit, survey, analyse and draw-up. The resulting site drawings produced by the students, are then used as [...]
Spatial Design second years have recently completed a design project where they were asked to research, develop and design student accommodation. The design requires accommodation for two separate dwellings, to include a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, study space, entertaining space and storage. The accommodation had to fit within a constrained space of 4x4x4 metres, with access [...]
Second Year Spatial Design Students have just completed a project where they are challenged to take a journey of exploration. The project firstly requires the students to work in groups, to view and form an analysis of the narrative and visual content of an ‘iconic movie’ such as ‘Delicattessen, Romeo + Juliet or The Third Man. [...]
Year One Spatial Design students kicked off a project on retail design, by being taken on a ‘retail safari’ in Central London. Starting at Waterstones flagship Store in Piccadilly, with a tour by the store manager, the students were given an insight into the history of the building and its grade II listed interior, they [...]
Silviya Savova is a second year Graphic Design student. This is what she says about herself and her work: Silviya Savova was born in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria in 1990. Finished Secondary High School of arts in master classes of Fine Arts and Graphic Design. At the moment she is living in England, near London [...]
Hannah is a third year Fine Art Student, this is what she says about her work: My work is the documentation of a flux of paint and colour. I follow an experimental process, using many mediums to create beautifully colourful, vivid and abstract work. I am influenced by the natural world and its beauty, and [...]
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 [...]
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