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Exam time at Gray’s School of Art is a lot different from other courses. First of all, you don’t do any paper exams. Instead you will have to complete art work, sketch books and essays or for fourth years, a dissertation. If you have previously taken art in secondary school or in college, then you may have […]
Stage three Fashion & Textiles students in partnership with Johnstons of Elgin. Making it Personal is a live industry project with the luxury Scottish heritage brand Johnstons on Elgin. The company now celebrating 219 years in the making are recognised worldwide for their exquisite fabric used by international fashion houses alongside their own range of garments, […]
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In the Contemporary Art Practice course, you will be asked in fourth year to make a choice in what title you want for your Honours Degree Award. Your options are; BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice, BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice (Photography), BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice (Moving Image), BA…
A series of 100 hand thrown vases went on show to support the St Barnabas Hospice. This annual charity show which now in its seventh year, showcased a wide range of decorative styles all produced by different artists and designers from the staff and students here at Gray’s. The show which supports St. Barnabas House Hospice which […]
Award-winning artist’s work goes on display at Robert Gordon University The work of award-winning artist and Robert Gordon University (RGU) alumnus, Joe Fan RSA, has gone on display at the Sir Ian Wood Building at the University’s Garthdee Campus. The exclusive ‘Studio Now and Then’ exhibition, which has been organised and selected by RGU Art […]
Hatch is a new design space and company based on Belmont Street. The brain child of Lewis Fraser aka @Shiningpie and Lewis aka @Funkadunkalunk the duo aim to highlight the need for a more dedicated design space as its fair to say there’s a lot of places to see fine and contemporary art but graphic […]
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 […]