The talents of MA students from three courses will be on show at Grand Parade on the City Campus from July 6-13. Read More
Last month students from Design and Craft BA(Hons) ran a national Crafts Council event called Hey Clay at Ditchling Museum, working with the public to produce letters in clay. Read More
Laila Laurel who graduated from 3D Design and Craft this year designed a chair which is designed to keep men’s legs from encroaching onto other seats – a story featured in the Independent and online i newspaper. Read More
Our 2019 Photography Graduates win a prize for the best collective show at FreeRange London 2019.
Competing against all the other exhibiting universities, our Brighton graduates came out tops for their work and their group exhibition.
We’re so proud of our six Fashion Communication with Business Studies students for making their course THE MOST nominated course across the country at the recent GFW. Read More
Seventy young people from schools and community organisations in Crawley, Seaford, Seahaven and Brighton have taken part in another successful series of workshops at the University of Brighton. Read More
A University of Brighton graduate who won a world-renowned art award has reflected on his “whirlwind” week – and said he can’t wait to get back into his studio. Read More
Catalina talks about the Graduate Show, her move from Columbia and her forthcoming symposium Fielding Architecture: Feminist Practices for a Decolonised Pedagogy. Read More
Two Brighton fashion students are in the running for a national competition – and they need your votes! Read More
My practice has become an ecosystem: ‘A community of living organisms where components are linked together through nutrient cycles and energy flow’. Pigments, ground, structures, content, marks and meaning are interconnected and open to change.
Painting graduate Charlie Schaffer was last night announced as the winner of 2019 BP Portrait Award. Read More
Work by winning students Joe Bulman (3D Design & Craft), Ani Grimes and Alastair Farley (Fine Art Painting) will be displayed at the Kellie Miller Art Gallery from 24 June – 1 July 2019. Read More
For this years Clerkenwell Design Week festival, fashion design and fashion communication students collaborated with floor design company Forbo. Read More
Throughout my architectural studies the notion of process and journey has always inspired my work. Read More
Through key themes of Craft, Agriculture, Ecopsychology and Storytelling my practise intends to rouse confidence in one’s ability to be self-sufficient and resilient both physically and psychologically. Read More
I have always been passionate art and design and enjoyed exploring different areas of this subject throughout school and University as well as in my own time. Read More
My final year work has been influenced by my interest in how UK creative industries must not be hindered by the Brexit result. Read More
My interests are mainly in the provision of social housing and how the current housing and economic crisis has affected peoples accessibility to affordable housing on a nation wide scale. Read More
My work has always focused on materials and their properties and tend be categorized as a midpoint between painting and sculpture. Read More
The lack of housing in England stands as one of the most important issues of the twenty first century. Read More
I have found that as I have progressed through architectural education, however, that certain architects, styles and theories reappear in my influences more than others. Read More
“My artistic practice is centred on revealing the invisible technological environment that we are in and surrounded by.”
Congratulations to Fashion Communications student Feiyi Huang who has scooped the Fashion Photography Award at GFW. Read More
The exhibition opens this weekend – make a date to see the final-year work of students on Architecture, Product Design and Interior Architecture. Read More
Selected students will be showing their collections in London today and you can tune in for the live stream!