The Bath Spa Business Liaison Team are pleased to invite you to two showcases of creative work by our students.
Artswork Media Showcase
Thursday 26th May, 5- 8pm
Paintworks Event Space, Bristol BS4 3EH
Bridging the gap between being a student and entering industry, final year Creative Media Practice students run Artswork Media: a professional media production company based in Bristol’s creative quarter, Paintworks.
The showcase will exhibit students’ finalyear personal projects from creative projection mapping to motion graphics alongside a popup cinema, DJ sets and a drinks reception!
Continuing Artswork Media’s enterprising links in industry and enriching students’ portfolios for graduation, the showcase will also celebrate the hard work students have put in to successfully create media for our clients including:
Bristol Old Vic
Bath Film Festival
Dickies: global clothing workwear brand
Minirigs: a popular portable speaker company
Westbury Town Council
Bath Life Awards and Cardiff Life Awards
Circus City Festival
5 x 15 Bristol: five 15minute
talks from leading world thinkers
Bridport’s From Page to Screen Film Festival
Somerset Football Association
Glastonbury Music Festival
Bath School of Art and Design Undergraduate Degree Show: Industry View
Monday 13th June, 4- 6pm
Bath School of Art and Design, Sion Hill, Bath BA1 5SF
Image: Olivia Jowett, Textile Design student
The work of the graduating students from the Contemporary Arts Practice, Creative Arts, Fashion Design, Fine Art, Graphic Communication, Photography, Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors, and Three Dimensional Design courses will be on show in the annual Undergraduate Degree Show from Saturday 11 June until Sunday 19.
Bath School of Art and Design was established in 1852 as a result of government concern about the competition and strength of international design and manufacture. An integral part of Bath Spa University, with its focus on creativity, culture and enterprise, the School continues this founding principle and legacy through the education of the next generation of artists and designers and those employed in associated fields with active engagement and contribution to the thriving UK creative economy.
Exemplary professional experience and research oxygenate the creative character of the provision, and throughout its illustrious history the School has continued to attract, educate and employ highly distinguished artists, designers and makers.
“Our unique heritage and inspirational settings along with our excellent resources, networks and faculty ensures our reputation as a leading place to study art and design,” said Professor Anita Taylor, Dean of Bath School of Art and Design. “Here we value knowledge and understanding generated through making and have exceptional facilities and equipment – from hand to hightech – to support our students to achieve successful creative outcomes.”
Book your place at this event via Eventbrite.