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The Degree Show 2014

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18 Jun – 22 Jun 2014
Wednesday to Friday: 12 to 8pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12 to 6pm
Last entry is 30 minutes before closing time.
NB The Jewellery Design section of the show will be closed on 19 June between 6 and 8pm

Exhibiting Courses:

Re-empowerment: Transformation of the air defence basement in Beijing – SHU ZHOU

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Re-empowerment: Transformation of the air defence basement in Beijing – SPENCER – SHU ZHOU’s exhibition was in ’Art Asia Shanghai 2014′  at Long Museum from 5th to 8th June, 2014.

This fair is hosted by The Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China and co-hosted by The Bureau of Administration of Culture, Broadcasting, Film and Television of Shanghai, and Shanghai Art Fair International Exhibition Co., Ltd.

Chaos at the Museum: Designing for Audience Participation

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In April 2014 we held the first in an annual series of international summits debating and reflecting on the rapid changes in exhibition design.

180 people attended the summit at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.

Morning Session:  What’s Working / What’s Not Preview

We asked 12 designers to tell us their 3 do’s and don’ts. Here’s a teaser of what they shared.

National Trust – Rainham at the Centre of the World

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Three multidisciplinary teams of MANE students were selected to participate in this “live” project sponsored by the National Trust. The students researched the history and social context of Rainham Hall which will open for the first time later this year; they contributed to the National Trust’s visioning for the property; and they developed three site specific interactive visitor experiences that have been adopted by the National Trust as part of the programming for Rainham Hall.

SINGAPORE DESIGN WEEK 2014

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In December 2013, DesignSingapore Council approached K+D to co-curate and design the visitor experience at the National Design Centre for the Singapore Design Week. This week long event, from 10th to 16th March, also coincided with the building’s inaugural opening on 12th March.

Upon initial assessment, the brief presented multiple challenges: how to draw footfall to a building that was unknown and experienced very few walk-in visitors daily, string together pre-decided exhibitions into one larger experience while also accommodating 400 VIPs for its inaugural opening?

MANE joint exhibition with China Academy of Art (CAA)

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Images of the MANE joint exhibition with China Academy of Art (CAA) that opened on Saturday 1st March in the Shanghai Power Station of Art. The exhibition is called Narrative Cities and Villages and features work by second year MANE students and design students from CAA. The students from each college met via SKYPE and commented on each other’s work. The comments are also displayed in the exhibition.

First years’ field trip in Albania

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MANE 1st years were on Albanian TV on our field trip!

1st year students have been tackling Site-Specific Design brief in Albania and divided into five groups, 1: City of children, 2: Tirana, a model-making city, 3: Tirana, the edible city, 4: Twin Cities- Tirana/Beijing and 5: Re-starting up. Each group investigates about their own briefs in Tirana.

Arup – Future user journeys and design interventions

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Background

Victoria Coach Station is the largest and most significant coach station in London. It serves long distance coach services and it is also the departure point for many countryside coach tours originating from London. It is operated by Victoria Coach Station Ltd which is a part of Transport for London.

Introduction

A Dangerous Figure

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A Dangerous Figure was officially registered in The National Portrait Gallery’s public archive for anyone researching British portraiture from the 16th Century till present day, and The Bite Back Movement have been Nationally recorded on their Contemporary Artist files.
Also just yesterday A Dangerous Figure was published in an article in Art Monthly, called “Gizza job! Bob Dickinson on art and unemployment.” This is their first printed review and our project is the main case study.

the MA Narrative Environments Work in Progress Show 2014

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The Private View of the MA Narrative Environments Work in Progress Show was held on Tuesday 7th January, 2014.
The exhibition was the great opportunity for students to get feedback on their Major Project proposals and your thoughts and comments would have helped to develop their projects. Thanks for your all support and we hope see you at the degree show in June 2014.

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