Friday, 7 June 2013

 In order to make a show you must first dismantle the studio

The University of Lincoln end of year show is now up and running, showcasing the skill and determination of the final year students from the course. The work on display is of a very high standard and the staff team are very proud of what the students have achieved.

Creating a final year show is a big effort all round and involves making and decorating the display space as well as putting together a portfolio and show promotional material. All this hard work has paid off though as this years show is looking very smart and creates a vibrant atmosphere that many of the visitors have commented on.

Putting the boards up is a team effort.


The Private view was a great success, kicking off with a screening of the students self-promotional videos which were played out in front of friends and family in one of the larger lecture theatres down at the Brayford campus. This got the afternoon off to a great start and the private view for friends and family was held in the evening in the Creative Advertising studio where the teaching staff gave speeches in recognition of the students hard work and enterprise.

Private View night.

It was great to meet the families of the students who were there to see their sons and daughters work and we also met a few old faces in the form of past graduates. We are very proud of the close affinity old students feel for the course and it is a real strength of the programme that the alumni are so keen to stay in touch and help out the latest generation of graduates.

The course teaching staff giving speeches and hanging around the bar.

The show is open to the public to view on Saturday the 8th of June from 11.00am to 4.00pm and Monday the 10th through to Friday the 14th 10.00am to 4.00pm. The Address is Thomas Parker House, 13-14 Free School Lane, Lincoln, LN2 1HJ

Please feel free to pop in and have a look at all of the work, we'll have staff and students on hand who will be only too glad to show you round.


Number of visitors

 
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