“We offer a warm welcome to Show and Tell, an annual series of events, exhibitions and publications built around the work of our graduating art and design students.”
Professor David Hawkins, Dean of the School of Creative Arts and Engineering
Members of the public are being invited to roll up, roll up for a feast of activity taking place at Staffordshire University next week.
Their main Stoke-on-Trent campus is hosting Show and Tell 2017, the annual Art and Design degree show, from Saturday 3 June which features the work of more than 300 Art and Design students from 20 courses including photography, crafts, graphics, animation and surface pattern.
On Monday evening, art lovers can hear from Professor of Fine Art Ian Brown who is using his inaugural lecture The Contemporary Machine to discuss his research and work which focuses on social identity, popular culture and our relationships with technology and the natural world.
Honorary Doctor and fashion designer Wayne Hemingway MBE is taking centre stage on Wednesday 7 June at 6pm to inspire artists and entrepreneurs with a public lecture entitled ‘My Creative Life Story’.
And prospective students and their families are invited to find out more about the wide range of degree courses on offer by booking on to the Open Day taking place on Saturday June 10.
Professor David Hawkins, Dean of the School of Creative Arts and Engineering said: “We offer a warm welcome to Show and Tell, an annual series of events, exhibitions and publications built around the work of our graduating art and design students.”
“We are proud of our graduates’ ambition, excellence and creativity. We encourage anyone with an interest in the creative industries to come and view their work and speak to them or book on to one of our free lectures or the Open Day.”
For more details and reserve your place at the public lectures, email firstname.lastname@example.org or 01782 295860.
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