Performance, News, Exhibition, Talk: 09.02.2015 – 13.02.2015

Celebration Week 2015: Tuesday 10 February

Studio 4: Alchemy

Critics: Architecture

  • Jay Gort- Gort Scott Architects
  • Hana Loftus- HAT projects
  • Maria Smith- Studioweave
  • Harriet Harriss- Radical Pedagogies, OBU
  • Robin Monotti

Critics: 3D (Design and Craft)

  • Joan Ferguson- Fashion Critic
  • Mark Eley- Eley Kishimoto Fashion Textiles
  • Rosy Greenless- Crafts Council
  • Harriet Vine- Tatty Devine Jewellery
  • David Mills- Goldsmiths Company

Critics: Visual Communication

  • Axel Scheffler- Illustrator
  • Neil Churcher
  • Durrell Bishop- Interaction Designer
  • Caroline Roberts- Grafik Magazine
  • Sandy Suffield- Wolff Olins

Details

AM/PM Undergraduate Architecture
Location 4th Floor Boulevard, Central House
AM Undergraduate Jewellery & Silversmithing and Fashion and Textiles
Location 2nd Floor Turbine Hall, Central House
PM Undergraduate Visual Communication and Illustration
Location Central House

Studios Presenting AM Time

Jewellery & Silversmithing and Fashion and Textiles

Studio 2: FABRIKA

This studio explores the construction and form of fabric through knit, weave and stitch. The project is a brief from Heals to create an Autumn / Winter collection for soft furnishings.

Jewellery & Silversmithing and Fashion and Textiles

Studio 1: Editions of You

Our Studio is about expressing yourself through your work. We created mood boards using image, colour and mark making to explore a subject that reflected ourselves and our identity.

Level 4 Jewellery and Silversmithing

introductory level of the BA (Hons) Jewellery and

It provides a firm foundation for further study of the subject area in levels 5 & 6. Each of the three modules are embedded into projects throughout the year.

Visual Communication (Graphic Design and Illustration)

Studio 1: Loving The Alien

Students will present selected extracts from their short and longer projects – in order to outline the studio’s philosophy of exploring sequential image, text & sound.

Visual Communication (Graphic Design and Illustration)

Studio 3: Tales of the Uncanny

This studio examines the notion of ‘the uncanny’, the feelings of uncertainty, the strangely questionable and the intellectual hesitancy in the unusual.

Architecture: ALL DAY presentations (4th Floor Boulevard)

Jewellery & Silversmithing and Fashion Textiles: AM presentations (2nd Floor Turbine Hall)

Visual Communication and Illustration: PM presentations