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Monday, September 11th, 2023

This year’s post-graduate exhibition Spectrum is a celebration of the powerfully diverse subject interests and practices resulting from a year of intense study at Greenwich.  On both the MA Digital Arts and MA Design, these creatives have worked across a massive range of concepts, technologies, and materials which often times combine and mix to form something unexpected.  They are also a group from diverse backgrounds, nationalities and cultures – something that has provided a huge scope for discussing ideas and works from real world perspectives. Learning through making is key to these Masters, and experimentation and practice-led research has given them practical ways of developing new methodologies within their practices. Across all the entire exhibition it is very evident that there is a strong desire to bring the digital into the physical world which in turn truly initiates a public facing conversation through their work. It is with great pleasure that we present Spectrum 2023

MA Digital Arts works by: Maksym Poda, Stergiani Siourtou, Diana Pinhão, Yomi Adebayo, Andreas Arany-Toth, Nihal Bhunjum, Inna Halasyova and Irtaza Ali Siyed.

MA Design works by: Albin Baby, Levina Thomas, Maya Balfour, Karina Igbosi, Samiea McGovern and Tilly Penn.

More information about our MA Design and MA Digital Arts programmes are available here.

A huge thank you to The Three Legs Brewing Company for sponsoring us.

Spaces, Immersion and Reality

Friday, November 5th, 2021

Sound/Image Research Group

Panel, talks and discussion (6pm); exhibition launch (7pm)

Marking the launch of the SOUND/IMAGE Exhibition, this panel discussion explores ideas of “Space, Immersion and Reality”.  

What makes a space? What constitutes immersion? Whose reality? 

Introducing a cross section of research projects undertaken by members of the SOUND/IMAGE research group we hope to stimulate discussion with colleagues and seek out new avenues of collaboration with colleagues across the faculty and wider university. 

The event will feature short presentations on ongoing research, followed by an open panel discussion chaired by Prof. Steve Kennedy. 

This event takes place from 6pm in TV studio 2, Stockwell Street Building. Admission is free but places are limited and registration is advised. Please use the link below to register if you wish to attend.

The panel discussion will be followed by an opening reception of the Sound/Image ’21 exhibition in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery from 7pm.

Project Space Temporary Closure

Tuesday, July 14th, 2020

The Project Space remains temporarily closed. We are working closely with the University Estates team towards its reopening, and will post developments on our social media platforms as these emerge..

Image: Rob Smith “Drift” (2017) – detail, underwater pinhole photograph exhibited in “Granular” Project Space Jan-Feb 2018

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In line with our current COVID19 measures, we have devised a new exhibition in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery that you can explore from the large windows facing the street, without needing to enter the building.

Have a question or planning a visit? Check out our contact details and location on the Find us page.

We look forward to welcoming you back soon!

Celebrating 15 Years of Screentest

Friday, September 27th, 2019

This year marks the 15th anniversary of Screentest: The National Student Film Festival, making it the longest-running fest of its kind. For the occasion, the School of Design has inaugurated an exhibition showcasing the achievements of students and their works in 15 years of Screentest.

Screentest: The National Student Film Festival in 2017, Stockwell St. Building, University of Greenwich

Screentest is a platform for promoting and exhibiting young filmmaking talent across the UK. The annual weekend event features industry workshops and panels. The highlight of the festival is the Award Ceremony (of course!) which is like the Oscars – only it’s on a student budget! It was founded at Bristol University in 2004 and relocated to London in 2011 where it enjoyed another 5 brilliant years at London Southbank University. It is now part of the University of Greenwich. The nest iteration of the festival will be held in Stockwell Street’ School of Design on 15/16 November 2019.

Our Project Space is currently hosting a selection of films and posters celebrating the talent of the students who have have been awarded Screentest Prizes in previous years.