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The Streetsport initiative, which delivers free weekly sports and creative activity sessions for young people, has been given a five figure boost as it continues its work to combat anti-social behaviour throughout the city. The charity, which carries out up to 700 sessions a year, has agreed a two-year sponsorship deal worth £30,000 with Enerco […]
Technical workshops and demonstrations are at the heart of the Gray’s learning experience. From darkroom photography to jewellery, 3D computer modelling and printing to printed textiles and pattern cutting. All of our course centre on a key skillset of technical processes, and painting is no different. Here painting students are taught different methods of making […]
Friday 21 October 2016 at 1pm Lecture Theatre SB42 Garthdee House Annex Verity Birt is an artist based inLondon. She completed her MA in Painting and Moving Image at the Royal College of Art in 2015 and received her BA in Art Practice at Goldsmiths University in 2011. Previous exhibitions include: Chemhex Extract, Peacock Visual […]
A Robert Gordon University (RGU) student was honoured to play a role in the Paralympic Heritage Flame Ceremony earlier this month. Gray’s School of Art student, Cal Docherty, was selected to be part of the design team for the ceremony that took place at Stoke Mandeville Stadium in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, on Friday 2 September. The […]
Our researchers have just launched a new website. The Gray’s Research site is a portal to learn about who the researchers are and what their fields of study consist of. The site also aims to raise the profile of the diverse range of researchers and research activity that is ongoing here at Gray’s. The site contains detailed […]
Lynn Wilson is a designer trained in textiles and fashion. For the past 10 years she has worked within public sector organisations in Scotland bringing a unique perspective to the development of products and services for complex policy led systems such as town planning and waste management. This lecture will cover design in the widest sense including […]
Research at Gray’s takes place across the creative disciplines and a very broad thematic range of subjects has been tackled in the show. This week in the foyer, and on the first floor of Gray’s School of Art, there has been an exhibition of the work of staff and student researchers. Charlie Hackett’s installation […]
The Staff at Gray’s are as varied and multi skilled a group of people you are likely to find. Staff who teach or support in one area usually have skills that reach beyond that field of creative practice into another. Staff who are thought of as lecturers in art theory are in fact fine artists, Design […]
Prince Harry paid a visit to Robert Gordon University (RGU) this week as part of his first official visit to Aberdeen to learn about some of the vital work being done by a number of the city’s leading youth development projects. The Prince visited Mackie Academy in Stonehaven on Tuesday, September 20 to participate in […]