Top 10 Art College Degree Shows To Visit This Summer
Posted in Art Style Files by Rise Art on 27th May 2014
22nd - 28th May
Leeds College of Art gets the ball rolling with their degree show. If you don't get the chance to see it during this period, be sure to catch graduating students' work at The Free Range Art show in London taking place on the 11th of June.
May 24th - May 29th - (FINE ART UNDERGRADUATE)
June 12th - June 18th - (FINE ART MA/MFA)
This renowned school has consistently brought a world class range of diverse and energetic artists. Last year's show displayed a bounty of multi sensory and witty works.
8 - 15th June - (FINE ART AND POSTGRADUATE SHOW)
Housed within a striking body of campuses, the Glasgow School of Art is brimming with artistic energy. We're very sorry to hear about its recent fire
12th June - 21st of June - (UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER SHOW)
5th September - 12th September - (MFA SUMMER SHOW)
A school which encourages artistic exploration and originality, if you want an insight into the wacky nature of the art world look no further than here.
13th June - 29th June - (SCHOOLS SHOW)
The oldest and one of one of the most prestigious art institution in Britain, the RA degree show promises to showcase some of the most skilled and creative artists emerging today.
13th June - 21st June - (UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER SHOW)
5th September - 12th September - (POSTGRADUATE SUMMER SHOW)
Frequented by Charles Saatchi, this show is the sure place to see the art world's next big things.
16th June - 21st June - (UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER SHOW)
15th July - 23rd July - (POSTGRADUATE SUMMER SHOW)
Fast becoming a leading institution for illustration and design, the arts college stands alongside Wimbledon, Chelsea and Central St Martins as one of the world's foremost art institutions.
18th June - 29th June
The post graduate College boasts a plethora of famous alumni including Tracy Emin, Peter Blake and Barbara Hepworth. Go along and see if you can spot the future canons of art history.
Spread across the schools large campus, this show offers a bounty of work. Last year's stella pieces included John William Fletcher's 'Paradise Pool', a dazzling instillation which gave viewers the opportunity to submerge themselves within an aqueous cellophane contraption.