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Staff and students from Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen recently undertook an innovative international pilot project promoting sport, health and wellbeing in Indian communities. The RGU GO: India project, funded by The Scottish Government’s Outward Mobility Fund, aimed to promote student mobility amongst RGU students, as well as develop their ability to work in […]
No Ball Games, a communication design showcase evening, is this Friday! The event is taking place in Hatch, The Academy on Belmonts Street (a space above Nandos), at 4pm – 11pm. The entry for Friday exhibition is free, tickets are only required for Saturday Design Talks. The talks are on Saturday, the 10th December, at 5pm till […]
BA Commercial Photography Students will be exhibiting photography inspired by the films ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ and ‘Bladerunner’ in the Belmont Cinema Café from Monday 12th December 2016 until Tuesday 31st January 2017.
Communication Design students at Gray’s School of Art will open an exhibition at Hatch in the Academy Shopping Centre on Belmont Street on December 2nd. The exhibition, which is open to the public, features work from across years 1, 2 & 3 of the course and includes 50 x 3D models and over 80 posters. […]
Three local creative professionals recently visited Aberdeen’s most far-flung twin city, Bulawayo in Zimbabwe, as part of an arts in health project. Sue Fairburn of Gray’s School of Art, Sally Thomson of Grampian Hospitals Art Trust, and local writer Dr Shane Strachan, visited the city between the 12th and 18th of November to work with […]
A group of Communication Design students from Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen are organising a brand new communication design festival, which will pull together work from local artists and designers in the two-day event. The ‘No Ball Games’ festival – which takes inspiration for its name from the signs prohibiting ball games in green spaces, […]
Fashion and Textiles students have been working with Drum Castle and the National Trust for Scotland to produce a new range of tea towels for the castle. The project which tasks stage one students to work to a brief and with an external partner is a challenging project for students who are early in studies. […]
REBEKAH, THE CONTEMPORARY ART STUDENT Hello! I’m Rebekah, a fourth year Contemporary Art student at Gray’s School of Art. From a very young age I have always wanted to study art. Whether that was being an art teacher or an artist. Art is a big part of my life and Gray’s has helped to enrich […]