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Published: 9 April 2019

Degree Shows 2019

 

MA Degree Shows 2019

MA Glass and Ceramics, National Glass Centre

Open to the public Saturday 28th September –Saturday 5th October

MA Photography, National Glass Centre, Riverside Rooms

Open to the public Saturday 28th September –Saturday 5th October

MA Fine Art, Priestman Studios

Open to the public Saturday 28th September –Saturday 5th October

MA Design, Priestman Studios

Open to the public Friday 18th October – Friday 1st November

 

2019 BA Degree Shows

Our 2019 Degree shows have now closed after a successful run.  See the videos below to see what you missed at our Design show at Sunderland Museum and  Winter Gardens.

 

Illustration and Design:

Fashion Design and Promotion:

Graphic Design:

 Animation and Games Art:

Hear from BA (Hons) Glass and Ceramics student Anna, as she tells us about what influences her art and the experience of studying at the University of Sunderland.

BA (Hons) Fine Art student Kathryn describes her influences and experiences in creating her work.

One of our students, Arnoldas Ilgevicius, has created a video showcasing some work and thoughts from current students who displayed their pieces in the 2018 Arts Degree Show.

"I met my employers at my final Degree Show. I'm currently working at Everything Different between the design studio and art studio where I'm able to harness my skills and better myself as a designer."
Shauna Hambley, BA (Hons) Graphic Design, Junior Designer at Everything Different.

"I took part in the Fine Art Degree Show. It was very exciting exhibiting my work and it was also a tad stressful and a lot of hard work, but that’s just because you cared about how your work would be shown. The idea that potential employers or influential people could view your pieces was quite a drive for me to get across my style of painting and concepts in the right way."
Stephanie Goldsmith, Gallery Learning Facilitator at the largest glass and ceramics department in Europe; the National Glass Centre.