2 April 2008
Students showcase talents in London
Twenty-four University of Lincoln Interactive Design students are showcasing their work in a London gallery.
The exhibition, entitled
Flux, is a print-based exhibition on the theme of transition. It includes
work exclusively from third year Interactive Design students.
The exhibition forms part of a final project for the students and features a range of work that combines several disciplines including graphic design, print making, photography and type.
The collection of creative work explores the theme of transition from a personal point of view and features several limited edition prints.
The exhibition will also present the opportunity to purchase unique artwork from up-and-coming designers.
Final year design student
and joint organiser of the exhibition, Ben Gleadall, said: "Not many students
get to put on an exhibition in a London gallery. This is a unique opportunity to
show that the students are adept at a range of print-based disciplines, not just
interactive and screen-based work. I think this highlights Interactive Design's
importance as a major creative force within the University."
The booking of the exhibition was organised for the Interactive Design students by the University. This event, now in its third year, has proved a useful base for showcasing University of Lincoln studentsí work.
The promotional website and materials for the event were designed and produced by Ben.
The exhibition is being held at the RK Burt Gallary, 61 Union Street, London, SE1 1SG and opens from 10am-4pm Monday-Friday until April 3. The gallery is open to the general public and admission is free. Further information is available at www.isbg.co.uk/flux
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