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Read the flip-book Degree Shows Guide »
For the guide, editor Chris Sharratt interviewed four Degrees unedited bloggers as they approach their degree shows, here they are published in full:
Joshua Tyson, University Campus Suffolk »
Jasper Weinstein Sheffield, Northumbria University »
Ali Reed, Staffordshire University »
Catriona Meighan, Edinburgh College of Art »
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Our current cover image is by Janice Botterill at Oxford Brookes, Swindon College »
Object and material, the uncanny process of simplicity. We talk to Sikander Pervez in his final term at Staffordshire University »
2012 Degrees unedited user and graduate from Bath Spa School of Art and Design Trevor Smith on blogging and its virtues. Read on »
By Mercedes Ferrari
The work is now ready to go everything is now in place and arranged in the best possible way to make the whole thing work. Incluiding the armature I did for the film in this installation was a great idea from my tutor and I'm glad that at the end Read on »
After intensive creative and critical study, over 500 final year students will show their work at the annual University of Brighton Faculty of Arts Graduate Show this Summer.The event marks the beginning of an exciting future for this year’s Read on »
By Vivienne Du
Review of ‘The Middle Place’, featuring Lauren Halford The act of doing often works towards an outcome, yet there are times where the outcome emphasises and reveals more about the process taken in order to get there. Read on »
Get more out of social networking tie your Facebook and Twitter accounts to Degrees unedited. Read on »
Workshops on blogging and other forms of online conversation/exposition by the online editor in person for your course. Read on »
Moving image is with us: you can embed links from YouTube or Vimeo in blog posts. Find out more »
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