Research networks for postgraduate students are common and provide valuable platforms for students to test and progress their research and to disseminate their research outcomes. A comparable forum for undergraduate art, design and media specialist students appears not to exist. It is recognised that such undergraduate events can provide important opportunities for students to advance their research; to learn with others, to progress their ideas further and to celebrate their final year research.

This project and its annual collaborative symposia aims to help students; to provide an opportunity for students to develop their research work and for students and staff to work collaboratively.

The 'Designs on Research' HEA funded free workshop was hosted at the Arts University College at Bournemouth, Dorset, UK on the 25th June 2012. Information is provided within the blog accordingly.

Sunday, 5 October 2014

For the Love of Learning: Innovations from Outstanding University Teachers book by Tim Bilham (published by Palgrave Macmillan 2013) - includes a paper by Kirsten Hardie and Annie Grove-White on the Designs on Research event. 

Sunday, 15 April 2012

The Bold Academy

Nothing to do with poster event or project but The Bold Academy in Boulder, Colorado sounds great- people who want to change things....

Kudzai - BA Graphics final year Arts University College at Bournemouth

Kudzai's inversigation of UK Army recruitment campaigns produced two different posters.

Bianca Stewart's final year study focsused upon celebrity and food packaging - a topical theme.

Bianca (final year Graphics at Arts University College Bournemouth - mid point of study poster that helped to identify core focus and ideas.

This Thursday sees new set of posters going up from BA5 Graphic Students from Bournemouth

Keynote Ruth Dineen: abstract for 25 June 2012 event AUCB

Out of the pigeon-hole and in pusuit of the worm of well-being and the caterpillar of joy.

Poster exhibition-11-13 May 2012 The Rag Factory, London - near brick lane

The event that showcases gig screenprint posters should prove to be interesting...