Creative Industries Degree Show 2015
The UWE Bristol annual Creative Industries Degree Show was a highlight of the year; showcasing the outstanding work of more than 500 new graduates from undergraduate and postgraduate art, design, filmmaking and media courses.
The event offered a fantastic opportunity to celebrate this year's finest creative talent with the public and employers, and provided inspiration to all.
The following courses were represented at the Degree Show:
- Art, Media and Design by project
- Drawing and Applied Arts
- Filmmaking and Creative Media
- Fine Art (MA)
- Graphic Design
- Media, Culture and Practice
- Multi-disciplinary Printmaking
- Wildlife Filmmaking and Documentary Features (MA)
Thank you to all family, friends, potential employers and businesses who attended the show. You will be able to see more of this year’s graduate work on the Creative Industries Tumblr.
Photos from the event are now on our Flickr gallery.
Read the UWE Bristol Creative Industries Degree Show press release.
25 - 28 June 2015: Exclave - Introducing ‘Exclave’.
A collaborative photography exhibition presented by the final year
photography students at UWE Bristol.
The exhibition will showcase the work of 45 individuals photographers, through a range of media including books, zines, archival prints and moving image.
Each photographer uses their talent to reflect on a range of issues, predominantly through the genre's of landscape, portraiture, fashion and still life. The work varies in style, process and content, with students utilising various methodologies to visually represent their final work.
30 June – 2 July 2015: D&AD New Blood Exhibition - The New Blood Festival gathers the next wave of creative talent together in East London, the heart of the UK's creative industries. Hundreds of graduates showcase their work looking for the opportunity that will launch their career.
28 September - 5 October: MA Printmaking graduates show - MA Multi-disciplinary Printmaking graduates bring a selection of degree show work to the Embassy Tea Gallery, Southwark, London.