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New Creatives: Top Graduate Shows 2024

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You saw them here first. This summer, we survey the exciting new
talent coming out of the UK’s leading art schools. From Glasgow to
Plymouth, these exhibitions are a place to discover the next big names.
 
 
GradFest24 | Norwich University of the Arts 14-20 June
 
This year’s undergraduate show takes shape as a seven-day festival of physical exhibitions. See Rosie Gunning's off-kilter photography and experience the future of three dimensional art with Esmae Burbury's brightly-coloured, abstract and experimental shapes. Norwich’s graduating class has its finger on the pulse, referencing anonymity, identity and tech.

 
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Summer Shows 2024 | AUB
June-September
 
Arts University Bournemouth’s (AUB) campus is a living, breathing environment for creativity. From June through to September, the setting is transformed into the most extensive gallery space in the southwest of England. AUB opens its doors to thousands of visitors to marvel at incredible final projects. It provides a unique glimpse inside the dream factory that is AUB.

 

RCA2024 | Royal College of Art
20 June – 4 August
 
RCA2024 presents an array of creative ideas: Tyrone Vera plays with sight, touch, smell and sound; Tina Jane Hatton-Gore’s paintings explore life and the inanimate world; Victor Guerin’s sculptures and paintings navigate humanity’s relationship with nature; and Yahvi Duggal’s visionary textiles blend Moroccan craftsmanship and modern sustainability.
 
 
Find out more »

Showcase 2024 | UWE Bristol
6-12 June
 
Showcase 2024 welcomes over 1200 students from over 40 courses – animation, engineering, fashion and more – attract visitors to Bristol. It’s about championing the next generation. Elena Marco, Pro-Vice Chancellor, praises the “ingenuity” of this year’s class, noting: “this is a critical point in their careers, and they should be proud of everything they have achieved.”

 
Find out more »

Graduate Shows 2024 | AUP
28 May – 5 September
 
Animation. Games. Photography. Illustration. Textile Design. What unites these subjects? The answer is simple: each is an opportunity for creative expression and storytelling. Arts University Plymouth's Graduate Shows introduce us to the designers and makers of tomorrow, who push boundaries in everything from traditional crafts to digital media.

 
Find out more »

Showcase | University of the Arts London
16 May – 19 June
 
The UAL Showcase is the place to discover the next generation of creatives working across Design, Media and Screen. See how students explore our past and visions of our future, with themes ranging from community, connection and identity to climate justice, digital advancement and social responsibility. These projects pose questions and inspire change.

 

Showcase 2024 | Glasgow School of Art 
31 May – 9 June
 
Over 600 students from across the GSA’s four schools – fine art, design, architecture and innovation and technology – will exhibit work that addresses the contemporary landscape they will face as they start their careers. Boundary-breaking projects display their ability to tackle complex issues, covering a range of topics from AI to the climate emergency.
 
 
Find out more »

Degree Show '24 | Loughborough University
14-16 June
 
Storytelling is central to the 2024 Loughborough University degree show. It’s described as “an unfolding narrative of creativity, innovation and personal growth,” and offers a space to celebrate the power of dedication and development. We are always learning, and, with 500 students exhibiting over four days, audiences will witness this first-hand.

 
Find out more »
 
Image Credits: 1. Syiq Johan, Fashion Communication and Promotion BA (Hons), Norwich University of Arts. 2. Rosie Gunning, Photography BA (Hons), Norwich University of Arts. 3. Moni Tan, Make-Up for Media and Performance BA (Hons), Arts University Bournemouth. 4. Tyrone Vera, MA Sculpture, Play + Work = Plork, Jesmonite and bristles. (RCA). 5. Amelia Clifton – BA Fashion Media & Marketing (Arts University Plymouth). 7. Yizhuo Du, Inside the Temple of Power (2023), UAL London College of Communication. 8. Kayla Haughton, Food of the Gods, Interior Design BA(Hons). 9. Anton Geryon, Iylight, MFA 2, (Glasgow School of Art). 10. Romy Antrobus, Whispered I, Fine Art BA (Hons), Loughborough University.
 
  

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Meet the #NextGeneration of Artists I ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You saw them here first. This summer, we survey the exciting new talent coming out of the UK’s leading art schools. From Glasgow to Plymouth, these exhibitions are a place to discover the next big names. GradFest24 | Norwich University of the Arts 14-20 June This year’s undergraduate show takes shape as a seven-day festival of physical exhibitions. See Rosie Gunning's off-kilter photography and experience the future of three dimensional art with Esmae Burbury's brightly-coloured, abstract and experimental shapes. Norwich’s graduating class has its finger on the pulse, referencing anonymity, identity and tech. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Summer Shows 2024 | AUB June-September Arts University Bournemouth’s (AUB) campus is a living, breathing environment for creativity. From June through to September, the setting is transformed into the most extensive gallery space in the southwest of England. AUB opens its doors to thousands of visitors to marvel at incredible final projects. It provides a unique glimpse inside the dream factory that is AUB. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RCA2024 | Royal College of Art 20 June – 4 August RCA2024 presents an array of creative ideas: Tyrone Vera plays with sight, touch, smell and sound; Tina Jane Hatton-Gore’s paintings explore life and the inanimate world; Victor Guerin’s sculptures and paintings navigate humanity’s relationship with nature; and Yahvi Duggal’s visionary textiles blend Moroccan craftsmanship and modern sustainability. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Showcase 2024 | UWE Bristol 6-12 June Showcase 2024 welcomes over 1200 students from over 40 courses – animation, engineering, fashion and more – attract visitors to Bristol. It’s about championing the next generation. Elena Marco, Pro-Vice Chancellor, praises the “ingenuity” of this year’s class, noting: “this is a critical point in their careers, and they should be proud of everything they have achieved.” Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Graduate Shows 2024 | AUP 28 May – 5 September Animation. Games. Photography. Illustration. Textile Design. What unites these subjects? The answer is simple: each is an opportunity for creative expression and storytelling. Arts University Plymouth's Graduate Shows introduce us to the designers and makers of tomorrow, who push boundaries in everything from traditional crafts to digital media. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Showcase | University of the Arts London 16 May – 19 June The UAL Showcase is the place to discover the next generation of creatives working across Design, Media and Screen. See how students explore our past and visions of our future, with themes ranging from community, connection and identity to climate justice, digital advancement and social responsibility. These projects pose questions and inspire change. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Showcase 2024 | Glasgow School of Art  31 May – 9 June Over 600 students from across the GSA’s four schools – fine art, design, architecture and innovation and technology – will exhibit work that addresses the contemporary landscape they will face as they start their careers. Boundary-breaking projects display their ability to tackle complex issues, covering a range of topics from AI to the climate emergency. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Degree Show '24 | Loughborough University 14-16 June Storytelling is central to the 2024 Loughborough University degree show. It’s described as “an unfolding narrative of creativity, innovation and personal growth,” and offers a space to celebrate the power of dedication and development. We are always learning, and, with 500 students exhibiting over four days, audiences will witness this first-hand. Find out more » Image Credits: 1. Syiq Johan, Fashion Communication and Promotion BA (Hons), Norwich University of Arts. 2. Rosie Gunning, Photography BA (Hons), Norwich University of Arts. 3. Moni Tan, Make-Up for Media and Performance BA (Hons), Arts University Bournemouth. 4. Tyrone Vera, MA Sculpture, Play + Work = Plork, Jesmonite and bristles. (RCA). 5. Amelia Clifton – BA Fashion Media & Marketing (Arts University Plymouth). 7. Yizhuo Du, Inside the Temple of Power (2023), UAL London College of Communication. 8. Kayla Haughton, Food of the Gods, Interior Design BA(Hons). 9. Anton Geryon, Iylight, MFA 2, (Glasgow School of Art). 10. Romy Antrobus, Whispered I, Fine Art BA (Hons), Loughborough University. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Change email address / Leave mailing list
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