15th May 2000




A virtual nursery and interactive television will be among the exhibits of the Art & Design and Architecture students from the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside, who will display their hard work in final assessment degree shows next month.


The schools of Art & Design and Architecture, based at various locations around the city centre campus, will host all third-year studentsí exhibitions.


Hull Time Based Arts at 42 High Street will be the venue for the Interactive Design Show, which will feature the virtual nursery, interactive television, a website for the Odeon cinema anda CD-ROM and website on numeracy for children.


The interactive exhibition is in collaboration with Hull Time Based Arts and sponsored by the Hull Daily Mail, Kingston Interactive Television and Kingston Internet.


At the Queens Gardens, Anlaby Road and George Street sites students are busy preparing for their exhibitions, including Museum and Exhibition Design student Paul Innes, winner of a prestigious trade award, the Young Designer of the Year 2000.


The public opening times are as follows:


School of Art & Design (including TV & Film Design, Interactive Design)

      Sat 3rd June/Sun 4th June, 10am to 4pm.

      Mon 5th to Fri 9th June 10am to 6pm

      (42 High St only) Mon 12th to Weds 14th June 10am to 6pm

      Venues: Queens Gardens, 42 High Street, Anlaby Road.


School of Architecture (including Museum & Exhibition Design)

      Saturday 10th June to Friday 16th June 10am to 4pm. Venue: George Street building.



Note to Newsdesk

Reporters and photographers are welcome to attend the private viewings. Art & Design: Friday 2nd June 2000 6-9pm at all sites (see bullet point). Architecture: Friday 9th June 5.30pm to 11pm, George Street.

Sam Hendley, Press Officer. Tel: 01522 886042.