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Degree Shows 2016 – Leeds 26 May

Degree shows mark the end of three years of hard work, experimentation and learning. Aside from being a collective sigh of relief from third year students, they are also a fantastic opportunity for us, the public, to sample the creative talent that has been developed in our cities. As newcomers to the city of Leeds, we are looking forward to checking out the degree shows for the first time and seeing the work that has been produced across three universities.

Leeds College of Art is celebrating 170 years of delivering art education by hosting an innovative collection of final year student work at our end of year shows, entitled Made Here. 

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Monday 13 June, 9am-8pm
Tuesday 14 June, 9am-8pm
Wednesday 15 June, 9am-8pm
Thursday 16 June, 9am-5pm

The free exhibitions are open to all and will give visitors the opportunity to view the latest creative talent from across the College. The college buildings will be transformed into large scale exhibition spaces and you can purchase different types of work at ‘The Art Market’ (Blenheim Walk only). For opening times and further information visit here.

Leeds Beckett present their final year show, Leap, showcasing the work of students from the Leeds School of Art, Architecture & Design.

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3 June – 18:00 – 21:00
4 – 10 June – 10:00 – 16:00

It is a great opportunity to view a host of creative work by their final year students. This year, students will be exhibiting work from Architecture, Design Product, Fashion, Fine Art, Graphic Arts & Design, Interior Architecture & Design, Landscape Architecture & Design. Find out more here.

The University of Leeds showcase the latest talent from the School of Design at their degree show, KAPOW.

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15 June – 18:00 – 20:00
16 June – 17 June – 10:00 – 17:00
20 June – 24 June –  10:00 – 17:00

KAPOW is an exciting exhibition showcasing the work of our final year, undergraduate students from each of the degree programmes of specialism offered in the School of Design; unleashing their creative talent out into the world of the creative industries with a bang. Visitors will have the opportunity to view innovative work spanning Graphic and Communication Design, Art and Design, Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing and Textile Design, within the recently refurbished, Clothworkers Building Central. Find out more here.

 

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