Explore our PG gradshow
Our postgraduate students have been working all year, refining their practice and producing amazing work for their final projects - projects that push the boundaries of their own practice and bring fresh perspective to cultural and personal stories, current affairs and more. This year's there's a hybrid of online and in-person showcases - the first time since 2019 that UCA has been able to host physical exhibitions. Here's a preview of what you'll find online and in our galleries.
MA Digital Fashion graduate Lydia Crawshaw created digital garments that address the connection between movement and feeling. This collection of renders explore how tactility and sensory effects can create emotions - even through digital means.
Fine Art graduate Sarah Sellers felt compelled to reflect the current climate crisis in her artwork. This piece, 'Freezing the Melt' comprises oil and food colouring on a melting ice ball sculpture.
Jessica Morgan (MA Printed Textiles for Fashion and Interiors) used found objects, including ceramic fragments, to create printed patterns for fabric and glass. The project, Collecting and Connecting, is a celebration of her love of collecting and walking.
Graphic Design graduate Luiza Ionescu decided to look deeper into the perhaps little-known phenomenon of maladaptive daydreaming, something Luisa lives with. Luisa showcases how it presents itself through an interactive book.