Directory — Degree Shows Update: Taking it to the streets of London, workshops and immersive digital spaces

Posted 02 July 2020 Written by Lecture in Progress

We’re back with a fresh range of degree shows for you to explore... Yet again, we’re seeing some incredible talent out there, making the best out of a difficult situation. Support them by having a browse through their brilliant online exhibitions and websites!

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BA Advertising and Brand Design, Ravensbourne University of London 


The current third years on the Advertising and Brand Design BA at Ravensbourne took their final projects to the streets of London, as a roadshow! Equipped with a mobile digital billboard, the students let their work talk for itself while attracting the attention it deserves from future employers.

Visit their website here, and visit their Instagram to see how the roadshow went.

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BA Photography, London College of Communication

As well as showcasing their work as part of the Three Men Make a Tiger show, the final-year photography students at LCC have curated a brilliant lineup of talks and workshops. Over the course of three weeks, events will be facilitated by artists such as Nigel Shafran, Tom Lovelace, Silvia Rosi and Emma Bowkett – director of photography at the Financial Times.

Visit their website here.

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BA Fine Art Photography, University of Gothenburg

The fine art photography students over at University of Gothenburg were inspired by the notion of social distancing for their virtual degree show. As a visitor, you can roam freely around the smart and responsive virtual space, exploring the work on display as if you were at an IRL degree show!

Visit their degree show here.

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BA Graphic Design, The University of West England


Even in the absence of a physical degree show, the graduating students at UWE were determined to go out with a bang. This year’s showcase from the Graphic Design BA produced an online end-of-year publication to celebrate their design skills, as part of a long-standing project called CEO (Climate Evolution Optimists).

Visit their digital, final-year publication here, and you can see a showreel of the graduating students’ work here.

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BA Visual Communication, IDEA School of Design – Capilano University

Capilano University’s Idea School of Design have turned their 2020 degree show into a slick experience that includes showreels of all students’ work, as well as pages dedicated to each graduate. It’s beautifully curated and brilliantly designed, with talent spanning illustration, packing, advertising, print and much more.

Visit their degree show here.

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Various Courses, The Glasgow School of Art

The Glasgow School of Art have built a comprehensive showcase of over 500 graduates, across multiple creative courses. It’s been put together in a way that makes scrolling through lots of work an enjoyable and straightforward experience. There is so much talent to discover here, with students using both traditional and emerging techniques to comment on defining issues of our time.

Visit their degree show here.

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Interaction Design BA, Belfast School of Art

From innovative apps to digital and physical books, the 20 current graduates from the Interaction Design BA at Belfast School of Art have so much great work for you to discover. As you’d imagine, the site itself is smooth to navigate, with the chance to get to know more about each of the alumni.

Visit their degree show here.

Posted 02 July 2020 Written by Lecture in Progress
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