My works in the final year particularly are freer on looking for various ways to tell an idea, but in the end, I still like to present it or them in form of video as I’m exploring what I can do on moving images, or further, animation as well.
As a dress historian my work uses material culture specifically fashion to unlock a wider history of the world.
I’m heavily influenced by the Bauhaus idea of constant development and enjoy learning new skills, software and technology.
I am a conceptual designer that investigates environmental and societal issues to motivate positive change.
My practice focuses on depicting a more accurate representation of the female form.
The work I am presenting for the grad show is called ‘Sit Like a Lady’ and is a protest piece against the patriarchy and the ways in which men are more dominant in our society.
My work takes a humorous and light-hearted stance. Making works which confound the expectations of the viewer and creating a new experience of ‘illusion’, by mixing together old and new narratives of trickery.
My work is centred around creating narratives and story-telling, heavily influenced by my obsession with collecting found objects and ephemera.
My work is a very illustrative form of graphic design, I use my experience with illustration to help me coordinate my graphic communication process, whether it be a focus on branding, concept or visual identity.
My interests within my practice are around how the human body is perceived in contemporary western society and how it is constantly being shaped by rapidly advancing technologies and medicine.
My final major practice ‘Consistent with Advice’ is dealing with the distribution of information from various institutions such as the Government in times of crisis and how this information is either too broad, too vague or just isn’t applicable to the reality of the situation. Read More
My paintings orbit around ideas of absence, separation and secrecy.
My practice concerns the self. I use video, projection and performance to probe ideas surrounding body horror: the fine line between pleasure and repulsion. Questions of identity run through my work. Read More
A lot of my work has a strong focus on process, I enjoy working in an analogue style and physically creating something as opposed to just working digitally.
I work primarily within the realm of cameraless photography which by its nature explores photography from a material sense in a manner that I find intriguing. Read More
My practice develops project to project as I try to tailor different styles and techniques to the subject matter. Read More
When looking at my portfolio, it’s a very mixed bag. I tend to pride myself on my versatility over a variety of mediums. Read More
My painting practice engages with the language of Contemporary Abstraction. While reflecting upon its relationship to earlier movements in its history, I want to question the status of an abstract painting today through the legacy of formalism in contemporary art. Read More
My work explores the cross over between video game design and fashion. Read More
The latest edition of Overtime magazine, produced by University of Brighton journalism students, is now available. Read More
We have put together the most frequently asked questions from our recent School of Media online Q&A. Read More
We have put together the most frequently asked questions from our recent School of Media online Q&A. Read More
3D Design and Craft student Jim Kernott and his dad Ralph are one of 10 teams from around the world taking part in The Big Flower Fight. Read More
An Illustration student has created a platform for people around the world to share their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic. Read More
We have put together the most frequently asked questions from our recent School of Architecture and Design online Q&A. Read More
The current global pandemic presents uncertainty for everyone looking for work, whether you’re about to graduate, or you’re looking for ways to develop your skills and experience over the summer. Read More
Lecturer Dr Jules Findley is calling for mindful stitching submissions inspired by coronavirus restrictions. Read More
Screen Archive South East (SASE), part of the University of Brighton, has produced ‘War & Peace’ – a free to stream short film to commemorate the end of the Second World War.
The University of Brighton’s Vanessa Marr says it was a surprise when her work was featured on Channel 4’s Grayson’s Art Club – a self-portrait stitched into a duster. Read More
Got any questions about studying Art and Design at Brighton? If you’re an applicant or thinking of applying then sign up for our online chat with lecturers about fine art and painting, printmaking, fashion and textiles, 3D design or illustration and graphic design then sign up to the event. Read More
Brand new for academic year 2020-21 we are launching international scholarships available to new full-time international students on undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree courses holding an offer to start their course in academic year 2020. Read More
A new online platform that helps researchers to plan, conduct and analyse research has scooped a £1,500 prize. Read More
The School of Art has donated all of its existing personal protective equipment (PPE) to help social care workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Read More
Free and open to all Brighton CCA’s online events range from printing workshops to bespoke DJ playlists to brighten the long days of lockdown. Read More
Chloe Meineck has won a national grant to support development of her memory box which triggers recollections for people living with dementia. Read More
The University of Brighton Design Archives has been awarded the prestigious Archive Service Accreditation, a UK quality standard recognising good performance in all areas of archive service delivery. Read More
If you are applying or have applied for a course in 2020 you’ll find advice on your application, virtual visits and much more.
The University of Brighton welcomed teenage students from a school in Horsham to focus on careers for women in sport. Read More
Clare gives expert advice on employability, CVs, placements, dealing with knock-backs and how to ease the pressure of choosing your career path. Read More
Author, illustrator, political cartoonist, former Children’s Laureate, alumni and honorary graduate Chris Riddell was the featured guest on the long-running radio over the weekend hosted by Lauren Laverne. Read More
Student Lily Monsey discusses her amazing design. Read More
Second year painting students will be exhibiting their work at Edward Street from February 14. Read More
Emily Brooke MBE, Product Design graduate is developing an air quality device to alert cyclists to polluted areas as they ride. Read More
Illustration graduate and Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell was awarded an Honorary Doctor Arts by the University of Brighton during Winter Graduation ceremonies at the Brighton Centre on Friday. Read More
Legendary football commentator Clive Tyldesley was the guest of honour at the University of Brighton’s first Journalism Awards. Read More
Campus tours offer a great opportunity to visit the campus where your course is based and get a feel for what it will be like to be a student here. Read More
University graduate Miranda Forrester has been selected to exhibit her work in FBA Futures 2020, the annual survey of contemporary figurative art being produced in UK art schools. Read More
Clare Strand is one of four artists shortlisted for the prestigious annual award, now in it’s twenty fourth year. Read More
I chose to do a Fashion Design degree at the University of Brighton because I wanted to learn a new skill and channel my creativity into something productive. Read More
A TV producer and director behind some of the UK’s biggest shows revealed today how his “invaluable” time at the University of Brighton helped kick-started his meteoric career journey. Read More
Join Lance Dann, course leader for Media Production and Dario Llinares course leader Digital Film among other noteworthy speakers for a discussion. Read More
A chance to see the outstanding work from MAAUD students. Read More
News outlets should give more voice to young people to help tackle climate change, according to a Brighton media professor. Read More
Karen Cham has been appointed to one of six working groups under the UK5G initiative, the national innovation network promoting research, collaboration and the commercial application of 5G in the UK. Read More
A group of University of Brighton graduates won their second Emmy Award for their animation work on a National Geographic film about North Korea. Read More
The MA Shows bring together the diverse and emerging work of artists from five courses.
Hannah Gibbins, who graduated in Fashion with Business Studies in 2018, is launching her “pop-up” capsule range HCFG for Autumn/Winter in 12 stores including Brighton’s on Monday 23 September. Read More
MA Craft student Lisa Jones is currently exhibiting her work in a show entitled The View from Here at Hove Museum. Read More
Talented students from MA Sustainable Design are exhibiting in Brighton this weekend. Read More
Alice was interviewed by Turkish World News this week as an international expert on ‘encouraging diversity on the artworld’. Read More
Salon is a project showcasing the artistic practice of professional services and technical staff across the School of Media. Read More
Two Brighton architecture students have won awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Read More
Since graduating in 2018 artist Conor White has followed his dreams through to the Royal Academy. Here he tells us how. Read More
The School of Architecture and Design is celebrating outstanding success in the National Student Survey including 94% overall satisfaction for the school. Read More
Brighton is emerging as a leading city in the video games industry with new companies springing up and the city boasting top expertise in the field. Read More
The Saturday Fashion Club, run for 14-16 year olds, has culminated with the end of year Fashion Show showcasing the breadth of creative skills developed by all of our attendees. Read More
Author and illustrator Cressida Cowell has become the second University of Brighton graduate since 2015 to be named Children’s Laureate. Read More
This year’s New Designers show in London has been a successful one for our Product Designers with a win for the Best Stand for the bandstand structure designed and made by the students. Read More
My work has been primarily photography based this year, which I have compiled into several handmade books. Read More
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
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
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 work mostly centres around typography and the significance of language in communication. Read More
My work explores the relationship between the artist and the muse, and how the female gaze can manifest itself in figurative painting. Read More
My practice is exploring the fine line between Fine Art and Illustration and how I can push these boundaries but still visually communicate ideas to an audience. Read More
I am a final year student in the BA (Hons) Fashion and Dress History course which is a part of the History of Art and Design programme within the School of Humanities. Read More
During my time of study, I have become more interested in the use of materiality in architecture; particularly understanding technological advancements in manufacturing methods and development of smart materials. Read More
I study Interior Architecture at the University of Brighton, a course that generally pays close attention to how we benefit people that will inhabit what we design. Read More
My practice currently focuses upon the themes of human relationships, health, psychological boundaries, and time. Read More
Over the last year on 3D Design and Craft I have been organising participatory events and projects using clay, as well as making my own ceramic work. Read More
The drive that underpins my work is my interest in connecting things that initially seem unlinked, in order to uncover new information. Read More
I have always loved drawing and making things, however in my final year especially I have found the joy in designing through model-making. Read More
I have always been interested in work which follows more conceptual ideas of installation art or set design, where I am really interested in the programme and story behind the design. Read More
I enjoy speculating on big-picture problems through a critical and playful design process. Read More
Deputy Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Alan Robbins, will introduce the University of Brighton’s Film and Screen Studies Degree Show which will highlight work from final year students of the course. Read More
I am a sound practitioner, composer. Drawing on voice, computer music and digital narrative, I work at the intersection of creation and documentation, often taking for a point of departure, existing texts, from archives.