The University of Gloucestershire Annual Degree Show Arrives in Cheltenham

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Saturday 26 May – Thursday 31 May, 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

Graduating students from the School of Art and Design at the University of Gloucestershire will present the best of their work at the annual Degree Show exhibition (26-31 May from 10am-4pm each day).
In line with the show’s theme – New Arrivals – onboard this year are students showcasing work in Fine Art, Photography, Photojournalism, Visual Communications, Advertising, Graphic Design and Illustration at the North Terminal (Hardwick Campus) and South Terminal (Francis Close Hall Campus) in Cheltenham.
Nick Sargeant, Head of the School of, Art and Design, at the University of Gloucestershire, said: “We’re delighted to be presenting the first Degree Show exhibition at the new art and photography studios at Hardwick and at the specialist design studios at Francis Close Hall Campus.

Gramp, by Danielle Morrison, Fine Art Painting and Drawing

“The students have cleverly created an airline theme for marketing their show that unites both campuses; taking visitors on a journey to view the outstanding work presented by this year’s creative high fliers.”

Vicks Sinex Poster Advertisement, by Luke Stanley and Jack Roche, Advertising

Guided tours for groups can be arranged by request, all enquiries please contact FCH Reception on 01242 714551 for more information.
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Source: University of Gloucestershire

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