Manchester School of Art Graduation Show

Taking place from From Saturday 11 to Wednesday 22 Junethe Manchester School of Art Degree show will showcase the talent and achievements of its students during their time at university.

Each year, the exhibition aims to highlight their hard work by displaying art forms from students in art, design and media courses. It will have a private launch this year on June 10, with the show then available until Wednesday June 22, which also coincides with the university’s open house.

This year the identity of the show was created by the 2018 BA (Hons) Textiles in Practice graduate, daisy james, a visual storyteller whose work encompasses graphic design, installations, publications and public art.

Daisy’s concept, Falling Into Place, acknowledges “the tumultuous experience of this year’s cohort caused by pandemic-related disruptions”, but also celebrates the triumphant return of studios and creative spaces.

Based in the heart of the Oxford Road corridor, The Manchester School of Art is a leading art and design school.

As the second oldest design school in Britain, it was organized to provide design education for the manufacturing industry, and now the school offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses which provide students with the skills and knowledge essential for the career path they have chosen.

Over the history of Manchester School of Art, many of its graduates have become internationally renowned architects, artists, designers, filmmakers, photographers and thinkers.

Past graduates include Sarah Burton OBE, LS Lowry, Julie Walters, Steve Coogan, Liam Spencer, Thomas Heatherwick, Peter Saville, Martin Parr, Brian Cosgrove, Mark Hall, Professor Malcolm Garrett and many more iconic creatives.

Previous years have combined fashion, art, textiles, sculpture, film and more for an exhilarating exhibition that students and the school can be proud of.

As always, the visit is free and will be open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will be take place in the Benzie, Grosvenor, Chatham and SODA buildings on the All Saints campus of Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Kayleen C. Rice