The work of over 500 final year students will be displayed across the university’s city centre Grand Parade main building and in the newly-developed Edward Street site, making the show one of the largest free exhibitions in the south-east.
The exhibition will showcase art and design works, performance events, and architectural and scholarly displays. The show will celebrate the achievements of the graduating students and offers viewers a chance to discover emerging creative talent.
This year’s graduates follow in the footsteps of alumni including fashion designer Julien Macdonald OBE and Turner Prize winners Keith Tyson and Rachel Whiteread CBE.
Elinor Harston, 21-year-old final year sculptor student, was inspired to create a light experience on film after suffering a photo-sensitive seizure: “I’m now super careful about light but at the same time I’m also super drawn to it.