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Nick Sharratt, 5 I , has written at least 40 children’s books and illustrated 160 more. His longrunning partnership with Jacqueline Wilson began with The Story of Tracy Beaker in 1991. Their books have sold more than 30 million copies in Britain. His work has also featured in the exhibition, Daydreams and Diaries:The Story of…
The idea of making a painting every day over one calendar year came about through both my life long interest in painting and recording the landscape and in my preferred method of recording it through direct observation. The resulting Paintings were never meant to be studies for future works, to be completed indoors in the […]
The Seventeen Gallery on Belmont Street is to showcase the work of three recent Painting graduates from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art. Paolo Doyle, Luke Vinnicombe and Craig Duncan have received various awards for their work since their graduation from Gray’s in 2016 and this will be the first time that they […]
Interested in studying with us? Want to find out more about what our courses and the school can offer you? The 2017 Course Brochure is here for you to learn more and to get a flavour of what Gray’s as a community feels like. For information on how to apply please visit the RGU website.
The Head of Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art is to deliver the keynote presentation at an event which will highlight the engineering, manufacturing and commercial opportunities in the cycling industry. The free event, to be held on Thursday 9th February at RGU in Aberdeen, is a joint venture between RGU and the […]
Primary school pupils from Middleton Park School in Aberdeen are getting to grips with the latest printing technology at Make Aberdeen, the city’s first fabrication studio which is hosted by Robert Gordon University. MAKE is hosting a series of three workshops for the P6 and P7 pupils, which they won as a prize for being […]
Two staff members have contributed to an exhibition of contemporary Scottish art entitled ‘Archipelago’ at Edinburgh’s Summerhall. Fine Art lecturer, David Blyth, contributed two rooms full of new print works, while the show was curated by Critical and Contextual Studies lecturer, Dr Jon Blackwood. The exhibition, which run until March 17th, also features the work of painter Derrick Guild, […]
A group of photography students studying at Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art have their first public exhibition on display in the city’s Belmont Filmhouse. The BA Commercial Photography students were tasked with producing an image which was inspired by either ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, a film directed by Wes Anderson, or the […]
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 […]