Exhibition – End of Year Show at The Hull School of Art & Design – Sat 11th June – 10am until 2pm

…and during the coming weeks from 9am until 4pm.

So, there is around two weeks left to see the full HSAD end of year show, with some elements changing, and the Foundation Course Exhibition opening soon too. For the time being you should be able to see some great student work, including:


This 3D reconstruction of the HSAD bulding itself by James Branson and Barry Briggs (Games Design) will soon feature in a Heritage flythrough looking at the history and locations of the Hull School of Art and Design, with student reconstructions of its former locations in the Assembly Rooms (now the New Theatre), adjacent to The Royal Institution (formerly No.2 Albion Street) and the purpose built building at the city end of Anlaby Road.

IMAG2671…or this Graphics/Creative Typography/Branding work of Alex Sach (Graphic Design).

IMAG2667…Illustration work, including 2D, 3D and miving image.


…and speaking of moving image, Short film like “The Bagpipe Maker’s Baby” (Film Making & Creative Media Production).


…or “Gargoyle Days”, a stop motion animation from Cain Parkin.

IMAG2669Work from Fashion design students, as well as Textiles students…

IMAG2675Typography and other Digital Design work…

IMAG2664…even comics and Graphic Novels feature, including this work from Luke Swaine.

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There is Fine Art… from the Contemporary Fine Art Practice students…


Which covers both representational work and conceptaul and other non-representational works…


…and of course a wealth of digital 3D work from our Games Design students, inluding this detailed vehicle work below from Jason Pook.


…and Environment for Games work from Phillip Maclennan (below).


…and Dave Smith (below).


So try and get down to see the work if you can… and if you are interested in signing up, we are still interviewing and taking students for this years (2016) September intake.


~ by hesir on June 11, 2016.

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