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University Campus Suffolk: Photography Graduate Show 2011 Review

Fabulous photography from the Allsorts crew: anarchists as traditional figures of painting by R.G. Brown, interior portaits by James Roffe and up close and personal male nudes from Thomas Ford.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Detail of The Anatomy Lesson after Rembrandt by R.G.Brown.

From University Campus Suffolk there was an intriguing selection of experimental photography in their Allsorts exhibition at Free Range.

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Wiltshire College: Photography Graduate Show 2011 Review

Interesting installations from Laura Haskell, Kiri Nicholetts, Sharon Smith, Danielle McDonald and Laura Holmes. Lovely fashion portraiture photography by Liz Daziel.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Installation by Danielle McDonald. The most interesting part of the Wiltshire College Photography degree show was the clever installations that some of the students had put together. Laura Haskell had […]

Plymouth College of Art: Photography Graduate Show 2011 Review

Best photography from Plymouth at the Free Range shows: Jeremy Morris, Lisa Birch, Paul Critchley and Euan Barker.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Detail of photograph by Jeremy Morris. There were a few photographers whose work I really liked at Plymouth College of Art Photography degree show: Working together with Ba Fashion student […]

Nottingham Trent University: Photography Ba Hons Graduate Show 2011 Review

Lovely work from Jonathan Marsh, Gabrielle Brooks, Jodie Herbage, Lydia Anne Stott and Kat Borvinko. Plus, an interesting artists' dilemma...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Solitudo by Lydia Anne Stott. Nottingham Trent University had a huge range of styles on show at Free Range. I was most taken by Jonathan Marsh‘s large photograph Now Fades […]

City of Westminster College: Photography Graduate Show 2011 Review

Stunning work from City of Westminster College graduates Vikki Ellis, Harry Allington-Wood and Edward Shaw.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Vikki Ellis – Returns. Some of the very best work that I found in the whole Free Range photography exhibition came from Vikki Ellis at City of Westminster College. Vikki […]

Burton and South Derbyshire College: Photography Graduate Show 2011 Review

The best work from the Subject to Change exhibition by Burton and South Derbyshire students at Free Range came from Stephanie Gilbert and Hipstamatic fan Georgina Woolford.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Reminiscing by Georgina Woolford. From Burton and South Derbyshire eleven photographers showed at Free Range as part of the Subject to Change exhibition. Georgina Woolford is clearly a lady after […]

Middlesex University: Ba Hons Jewellery and Accessories Design Graduate Show 2011 Review

London Jewellery Week may be over but there's plenty of talent from Middlesex University that's here to stay. Watch out for names such as Jenny Konnaris, Kirstie Maclaren, Louise McKay and Kali Ratcliffe.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Ceramic pendant by Louise McKay. All photography by Amelia Gregory. The Middlesex Ba Hons Jewellery and Accessories display at Free Range Art and Design Show was by far the most […]

UCA: Design, Branding and Graphic Media Treat Yourself Graduate Show 2011 Review

Loved the Treat Yourself branding from UCA degree shows at Free Range. Stand out work from Sean McCarthy and Kirsty Martin.

Written by Amelia Gregory

I was very impressed by the UCA branding #treatyourself at the Free Range shows. Black and white stripy bags that called to mind the traditional candy striped ones for sweeties […]

Barking and Dagenham College: HNC and HND Fine Art Graduate Show 2011 Review

Two graduating fine art students from the Barking and Dagenham College exhibition at Free Range caught my eye: Emma East and Janan Mehmet.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Polystyrene head by Janan Mehmet. Nine was an exhibition of work by the HNC and HND Fine Art students of Barking and Dagenham College. I liked the work of Emma […]

Middlesex University: Ba Hons Illustration Graduate Show 2011 Review

Lovely work from Amelia's Magazine contributors Emma Block and Stacie Swift, plus newbies Claire Francis, Samantha Griffiths and Gemma Travis.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Emma Block. I had a quick scout through the Middlesex University Illustration degree show and discovered a few wonderful illustrators, viagra approved two of whom will be well […]

Middlesex University: Ba Hons Fashion Design, Styling and Promotion Graduate Show 2011 Review

Best of Fashion Design, Styling and Promotion at Middlesex... including a pink Darth Vadar with false eyelashes and some lovely wide legged palazzo pants.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Fashion Strikes Back by Sufiyeh Hadian. I was a little unclear whether Fashion Design, buy Styling and Promotion that I saw on display were all part of the same course […]

Middlesex University: Ba Hons Photography Graduate Show 2011 Review

Gorgeous documentary photography of the Saharawis by Bernat Millet and young mothers seen as renaissance Madonnas by Pearl Rustean.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Young Mother as Madonna by Pearl Rustean. I whisked through the Middlesex University graduate shows at the Free Range Art and Design Show on Friday, and stopping only when something […]

Havering College: Ba Hons 3D Design Graduate Show 2011 Review

Wonderful work from Havering College 3D Design graduates Sarah-Jane Warner, Laura Mardell and Tessa Doughty. Very happy to have discovered their work by accident on my first trip to this years Free Range Art and Design Show.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Nesting glass bowls by Tessa Doughty. And so, viagra the 2011 graduates shows begin. My first invite was to the Havering College graduate fashion show just down the road at […]

Free Range 2009: Photography – Young Art, Run Free!

Review, London

Written by Chloe Stead

With many universities leaning heavily towards womenswear – in some cases wholly – Epsom pleased many with several of its strongest collections coming from menswear designers. One of the running […]