Duncan Baker Brown inside the Brighton Waste House

University of Brighton helps to shape city’s vision of the future

Brighton & Hove Council have published a Route Map outlining a Circular Economy strategy to 2035 – drawing on key input from the University of Brighton.

Brighton architecture lecturer Duncan Baker-Brown has been a global pioneer in innovative ways to cut the huge amount of waste and carbon emissions that afflict current building construction. At present, this contributes a massive 40% of overall global CO2 emissions and at least a third of the world’s waste. Read More

Graduates 2022: Ross Campbell: Product Design

“I chose product design as I’ve always had an interest in helping others as well as physical making. The way product design focused on using those skills to change people’s lives drew my attention completely. Brighton’s course, focusing on tackling a social problem to help people, identified it instantly as the right course for me.” Read More

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Graduates 2022: Josephine Choy: Product Design

“My time at Brighton has been really rewarding and fulfilling. The course itself was very close-knit and collaborative where I have gotten to meet and work with people from different years with different passions. The tutors also come from various backgrounds which diversified my learning — there was never really a ‘right’ answer, just different perspectives.” Read More

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Graduates 2021: Josie Durant: Printmaking

“I chose Printmaking because I love print, I think its magical. I love the alchemy and I love the process-led way of working. The pandemic completely changed the direction of the practice, but I am still excited by the outcome. The course has been a very important time in my life and my tutors and technicians have been such an important support, that I am so grateful for.”

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Graduates 2021: Bianca Bott: Textiles Design with Business Studies

“The course has helped me bring my love for fashion and fine art together… The technicians are incredibly knowledgeable and great at problem solving, and the academic staff take a great interest in each students interests within the specialism. Together this has made the learning experience at Brighton one of a kind.”

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Photography student takes part in charity exhibition

Third year Photography BA(Hons) student, Lauren Mason, is exhibiting work  as part of a group show to support the charity Tender.

Tender is an educational and arts charity commited to preventing domestic abuse and sexual violence in the lives of young people.

20-23rd Feburary with the opening event  on Friday 21st @ 7pm
28 Deptford High Street, London, SE8 4AF

Tender.org.uk
DeptfordDoesArt.com

Photography & Sculpture 2nd Yr Exhibition

Our  2nd year BA(Hons) Photography and BA(Hons) Fine Art Sculpture students have been working hard to create and deliver their exhibition and we hope you will join us for the opening night.
The private view will take place at Edward Street Gallery, University of Brighton, this coming Fri 31st of January from 5:30pm – 8pm

All are welome

If you’re unable to make the private view, the exhibition will also open to the public  during gallery opening hours until Thursday the 6th February.

 

Annual Sport Journalism Lecture

Paul HaywardThe University of Brighton is delighted to be welcoming Paul Hayward, Chief Sportswriter at The Daily Telegraph, as the speaker at its annual sport journalism lecture this month.

Paul was crowned Sports Writer of the Year in February for the second year running at the Sports Journalism Awards and has a longstanding career which includes time at The Guardian, The Observer and the Daily Mail.

Past presenters at the annual lecture have included Clare Balding, Dick Pound and Jim White.