The University of Hertfordshire’s School of Creative Arts will showcase the very best work from talented graduates at its Degree Show, open to the public from the 4-8 June.
The Degree Show celebrates the innovative work of over 400 students across the Creative Art School’s undergraduate courses including Graphic Design and Illustration, Photography and Fine Art, along with the work of the MA Art Therapy students. Their work will be displayed at the University’s expansive exhibition spaces within the Art & Design Gallery, College Lane campus.
Dr Shaun Borstrock, Dean of the School of Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire said: 'We are extremely proud of our graduating students. The Degree Show is a brilliant way for them to demonstrate everything they have learnt over the course of their studies with us and of course display their fantastic talent.
'The Show will be attended by thousands of guests, including influential figures from the creative industries. The School of Creative Arts’ graduate employment rate is above the national average at 95.3% and the amount of award-winning students exhibiting this year demonstrates the School’s high calibre of students and courses. We hope we have developed our graduates with the knowledge, skills and attributes fundamental to succeeding in their chosen field and we wish them every success for the future.'
The Degree Show is part of the University of Hertfordshire’s Headlines season. Other highlights include the annual eclectic music festival, Sonic Herts; the renowned Animation Exposé, which is attended by key industry employers; Vision’s Film Festival, which returns for its ninth consecutive year to showcase the best graduate films; and the Graduate Fashion Show, which features the exciting collections from this year’s talented graduating fashion students.
You can find out more about the Degree Show 2018 and other Headlines events on the Headlines website.