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The Annual Degree Show: Showcasing Creativity and Artistic Talent

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Saturday 1 June – Friday 7 June, 10am-4pm (free admission)

University of Gloucestershire, Centre for Art and Photography, Hardwick Campus, St Paul’s Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4BS and Francis Close Hall Campus, St Paul’s Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ
The University of Gloucestershire’s Hardwick and Francis Close Hall campuses will be celebrating creativity this June as graduating students from the School of Art and Design present the best of their work at the annual Degree Show exhibition.
Students from eight undergraduate courses will showcase their work in areas of Advertising, Fine Art, Photography, Graphic Design, Visual Communication and Illustration along with postgraduate work in Fine Art.
The exhibition runs from June 1 to June 7 from 10am-4pm each day. All are welcome to view the students’ work, free of charge, at the University’s Hardwick and Francis Close Hall (FCH) Campuses.
Nick Sargeant, Subject Group Leader-Design, at the University of Gloucestershire, said: “This will be a great show of work from our 2013 graduates, and with our broad range of courses there is something to interest everyone. We open up our studio spaces for the week so it’s also a real opportunity to see where the work was created and to meet our excellent staff and graduates.”
Guided tours for groups can be arranged by request. For more information please contact FCH Reception on 01242 714551.
To find out more, please visit http://insight.glos.ac.uk/academicschools/dad/degreeshow2013/Pages/defau…

About the University of Gloucestershire

The University of Gloucestershire gained official university status in 2001 but has existed as an educational establishment for nearly 200 years. Our heritage lies in the Mechanics Institutes of the 1830s, with our Francis Close Hall campus founded in 1847 as the Cheltenham Training College.

Today, we have three thriving campuses, Francis Close Hall and The Park in Cheltenham, and Oxstalls in Gloucester, which are occupied by approximately 10,000 students. In 2010, the University invested £5 million in teaching facilities including a new, state-of-the-art media and art and design studios.

The University of Gloucestershire delivers approximately 100 undergraduate course choices including accounting, law, business and management, fine art, TV production, humanities, leisure and tourism, social work and education plus and a diverse range of postgraduate and research degrees, and professional courses. For more information visit www.glos.ac.uk

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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