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Winchester School of Art

BA Graphic Arts Degree Show 2016

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A Sum of Parts
Graduate Showcase

Location: the Archivists Gallery in the Kingsland basin, Haggerston, East London. 2-10 Hertford Rd, London N1 5ET



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5th – 10th July 2016

This Summer by the canal in East London graduates from the BA in Graphic Arts at Winchester School of Art have curated a series of events that bring together illustrators, typographers, graphic designers, animators and interaction designers to explore the potential of cross disciplinary, collaborative practice. Alongside successful alumni and influential industry friends they aim to examine and challenge the received wisdom of the creative industries and establish themselves as a new generation of visual communicators.

Tuesday 5th July. 7pm – 9pm
Crowd Talks curated BA Graphic Arts Alumni discussion


Wednesday 6th July. 12pm – 5pm
Graduate support workshop chaired by designers from ustwo. 

Thursday 7th July. 7pm – 9pm
Industry Private View.

Friday 8th July. 8am – 11am
Cult Brand Creative Morning

Friday 8th July. 12pm – 3pm
Free Industry Lunch
With talks from Supermundane & Max Gadney, After the Flood.

Friday 8th July. 7pm – 9pm
Friends and family Private View.


Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th July
Illustration ‘Take Over’ with ‘this is Not Edible’


BA (Hons) Graphic Arts

The Graphic Arts degree will develop you as a highly motivated and ambitious student, to have strength and confidence in your own abilities and to be extremely-employable across the range of highly-competitive creative industries. It is a studio-based programme housed in large and well-resourced spaces. These enviable facilities allow for the creation of an active ‘studio culture’ that simulates a professional creative environment while facilitating the cross-disciplinary collaboration that is a key feature of contemporary practice. Importantly, this programme develops a community that allows staff, students and industry practitioners to share research and refine skills while experiencing a range of practices in a collaborative environment.

More information can be found on the University website, at, on Twitter at @ba_ga_wsa and on Instagram at ba_ga_wsa.

Graphic Arts Programme Leader: Derek Yates

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