Our Advertising and Brand Design students will be exhibiting at the following venues:
Creative Bubble: SA1 3EW - Opening night Friday 3 May 6.30-9.30 (open to the public 4-10 May 10am-7pm)
Dynevor: SA1 3EU-Opening Night: 17th May, from 5.30 -9.00 pm (open to the public Until 31st May
10am-4.30pm closed Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday)
D&AD New Blood - The Old Truman Brewery London 10-13 July
‘HEADSPACE’ is the manifestation of our students’ creative minds. The work displayed is their response to a range of briefs, both self-initiated and from professional clients, that reflect the contemporary advertising environment. As well as a celebration of past and present work, the exhibition will also mark their transition from student to creative professional.
The projects encompass a variety of media and communication channels, and throughout the course, they have been encouraged to take risks when generating solutions to a diverse range of briefs.
As the advertising industry continues to evolve exponentially, our students have embraced change to devise integrated campaigns that combine digital communications with traditional and non-traditional media. The work on display reflects the creative workings of their mind, showcasing the talents of each student and documenting the journey they have been on over the past three years.
It encompasses a wide range of approaches and creative communications from print media to mobile app’s, from ambient encounters to branding solutions. There is an exploration of social issues which demonstrates that advertising is not just about selling products and services; it can be used to effect positive change and improve the quality of life for many.
Students have been encouraged to think creatively, be adaptable and resourceful, and be the catalysts for change. They have worked individually, and in teams, to produce a dynamic body of work that showcases their skills and ingenuity. This exhibition is a testimony to their creative talents. Notably, every aspect of the exhibition has been planned, promoted and paid for by the students themselves, and for that, they should be commended.