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NETWORKING & MAKER DAYS

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Through Networking events and Maker Days, CEDI is able to:

  • support local creative/digital businesses to develop and scale-up
  • support local enterprise and entrepreneurship activities/start-ups
  • support students in gaining employability skillse
  • enhance the brand of the University of Winchester
  • develop significant KE capabilities in digital creativity, design & innovation

CEDI, with students from Dept. of Digital Technologies successfully held its first year of networking events on Friday afternoons where local digital and architectural agencies were welcome to come along and meet with the students. Students and industry will continue to be invited to demonstrate/present projects or problems which can be discussed over refreshments and general chat. The aim is to continually build collaboration and connection between industry and students. Last year we held the sessions between 3.30pm and 5.30pm, from feedback received, we are now holding these events, still on a Friday but between 1pm and 3pm. Please come along and join us, no sign up necessary.

The Digital Media and CAD students are also putting on Hack Days in the coming academic year which will be open to other University students and schools/colleges. In May, there will also be the students’ annual Transmedia Exhibition and Pitch your Project event which encourages networking with industry, prospective students, staff and local schools and colleges. The exhibition and pitch your project event will be held in our DM Studio and Collaborative Space on the Thursday of the last week of semester (11th May 2023) from approximately 1pm – 7pm. A virtual exhibition/gallery where visitors will be able to roam around a virtual mock-up of our Design Studio and Collaborative Space to view student’s work and click through to their individual portfolios, will also be available. 

SEMESTER 1 2022-23

Networking Events

We aim to put on weekly events during semester for students, staff and industry to get together, demonstrate technology, different projects being worked on and different talks from various design disciplines.

Maker Days & Hack Days

We aim for these events to happen throughout the academic year. They will be open to schools, colleges and industry. Themes and projects can be brought in by industry or individuals.

Semester 1 2022-23 Think~Design~Collaborate (TDC) Networking,
1pm – 3pm:

23rd Sept  Networking – Introductory session, welcoming you to this semester’s CEDI/DMD Networking series.

30th Sept  Networking: 1 x 20 min industry presentation/talk and 1 x 20 min student presentation (Last Friday of each month):

Steve Northam, Founder & CIO at The IncuHive Group & CEO at Northamtec Investments & Holdings Ltd. 

Followed by Paul Wilson, MPhil/PhD student and Senior Lecturer, providing an insight to his research topic involving AR enhanced instructional manuals for the classic car enthusiast.

7th Oct  Technical Demonstration: Staff, Students or Industry – demonstration of technology you are using in your industry (1st Friday of each month) – Chris Helcoop MA, Technician for the Dept. of Digital Technologies, will be demonstrating the Laser Cutter. If you have some designs ready to be laser cut, such as paper cut illustrations and/or engraving, please bring the digital files with you.

14th Oct  Creative Maker SessionPostponed: Book Binding for Beginners with Georgia de Buriatte: ‘In this 2 hour workshop you will learn all you need to make a series of different folded, glued and sewn books, no matter what skill level you currently have! The workshop will begin with a few simple folded techniques, to get you used to the terms and methods needed for the more complex styles. We will then explore some glued, and sewn methods, and even some ways of applying hard covers!

All materials including papers will be supplied, but feel free to bring anything you’d like to include! 

21st Oct  2 hour Collaborative Design Challenge ‘The Game of Sustainability’ In groups of students, industry and staff, design a simple game that teaches young children how to think about the natural resources they use as they go throughout their day. More details at the event. 

4th Nov  Technical Demonstration: Staff, Students or Industry – demonstration of technology you are using in your industry (1st Friday of each month) – Cherry Hau, one of our 3rd Year 3D Visualisation students will be demonstrating the technical aspects of her work as a 3D Artist in character and environment modelling, rigging and animating for art, games, film, marketing, and XR/V  https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherry-hau-9a1a4a203/  

11th Nov  Networking: Guest Speaker – Matt Lucas FBCS, Senior Product Manager, CICS Portfolio, IBM Systems, Hursley Park, talking about Design Thinking for Digital Innovation, followed by a short break and then ‘The Future of Gaming’, also by Matt Lucas.

Matt is a technologist with 25 years of industry experience, currently working at IBM as a Senior Product Manager. His career has spanned most aspects of software engineering, from development and test, team leadership, software design, architecture, consultancy and customer success management.

Matt’s roles have involved helping clients understand, adopt, integrate and grow the footprint of new technologies. He is also keen to teach and motivate the next generation of computing professionals and often works with universities and other teaching institutions as a guest lecturer, course developer and mentor. Matt is a BCS Fellow and writes a regular column in the BCS Magazine (ITNOW).

18th Nov Technical Demonstration: Staff, Students or Industry – demonstration of technology you are using in your industry:Chris Helcoop MA, Technician for the Dept. of Digital Technologies, will be demonstrating the different 3D Printers available in the 3D Lab. If you have some designs ready to be 3D Printed, please bring the digital files with you. 

25th Nov  Networking – Guest Speaker: William Cramb, this past year’s ‘Digital Media Development-3D Environments (Game & Heritage)’ Graduate, demonstrating and talking about his career as an Indie Game Maker, gaining funding and a team to work on ‘Project FrozenHeart’, recently pitching at VentureFest South. 

Will is also doing work for an existing game development studio alongside building my own dream career alongside individuals who were once fellow students. The first project of which is underway: Project Frozenheart.  

Project Frozenheart tells the story of someone born and raised within a post-apocalyptic world unaware of the origins of their current predicament. Discover the truth of what brought about the end of the world, learn alongside your character, build a community to weather the cold and above all else: Survive.

2nd Dec – No session this week

9th Dec  Technical Demonstration: Unreal 5 Game Engine Software Session – Introduction to Unreal 5 Game Engine 3rd Year 3D Environments (Game & Heritage) student, Nikita Sineiko: ‘In this workshop you will learn how Nikita built a game environment in Unreal Game Engine 5 for his team of 2nd & 3rd yrs for a client project. 

15th Dec (Thursday) – Mini Christmas Academic Poster Exhibition and Social Networking Event, 1pm to 5pm for all cohorts, staff and industry in the DMD Studio and Collaborative Space, West Downs Quarter.

The second Academic Poster Exhibition and Social Networking event is taking place on the penultimate day of semester for all to attend. The Academic Posters will be a mix of digital and printed and displayed within the Digital Media Studio and Collaborative Space area of the new building at West Downs Centre. 

Networking with students across the programmes, staff and industry will take place with refreshments, mince pies and other Christmas nibbles whilst also voting for the following awards:
  • Best Presented
  • Most Informative
  • Most Creative
We will also be announcing the winner of the Manny Moodley 2021-22 award.
As the last day of semester, this is a time to all get together and enjoy Christmas Festivities whilst celebrating the work our students have achieved during the semester.
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR STUDENTS:
Please read the attached PDF which specifies the format required for the academic posters. When completed, please upload to ‘Files’ on this channel, ensuring that you name your PDF in the following format:
First Years:          A3-Yr1-Game-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf  
Second Years:     A3-Yr2-RSA-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf  OR A3-Yr2-Client-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
Third Years:        A3-Yr3-IndividualP-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
MAs:                  A3-MA-IndividualP-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
Students are welcome to create more than one academic poster if they want to enter two different projects.
Deadline for uploading PDFs to be printed is Monday 12th December 3pm.
Deadline for uploading PDFs for being displayed on the Touch Screens is Wednesday 14th December 3pm.
Overall file size should be no more than 5Mb.
Please contact Dr Debs Wilson or Kerry Steele-Jones via email if you need further clarification about the event. 3
Semester 1 2022-23 Think~Design~Collaboration (TDC) Maker Days & Hack Days, 1pm – 3pm (unless stated differently for all-day events):

15th Sept  Freshers Week – Game Jam (& Pizza) – Welcoming all our new students to DMD via an introductory Game Jam event from 1.30 – 5.30pm in the DM Studio (WDC202). All current students invited – please come along to join in and meet the 2022-23 cohorts. We look forward to seeing you all.

14th Oct  Creative Maker Session – Book Binding for Beginners with Georgia de Buriatte: ‘In this 2 hour workshop you will learn all you need to make a series of different folded, glued and sewn books, no matter what skill level you currently have! The workshop will begin with a few simple folded techniques, to get you used to the terms and methods needed for the more complex styles. We will then explore some glued, and sewn methods, and even some ways of applying hard covers!

All materials including papers will be supplied, but feel free to bring anything you’d like to include! 

21st Oct  2 hour Collaborative Design Challenge -‘The Game of Sustainability’ In groups of students, industry and staff, design a simple game that teaches young children how to think about the natural resources they use as they go throughout their day. More details at the event. 

18th Nov  2 hour Collaborative Design ChallengeMore details to follow

9th Dec Creative Maker Session – Introduction to Lino Carving with Georgia de Buriatte: ‘In this 2 hour workshop you will learn the basics of lino carving and printing your lino carvings. This is my main method of making, and I will have all sorts of exciting bits and pieces to show you. However if it is not a technique you have conquered before head on over to the Pinterest. I have included a couple of boards below, with varying levels of complexity, so please don’t worry if it looks a bit scary!   https://www.pinterest.co.uk/deburiart/printmaking-workshops 

There isn’t anything you will need to bring this session except some imagery you would like to work from, unless you have some of your own Lino tools of course.’

ARCHIVED EVENTS

SEMESTER 2 2021-22

Semester 2 2021-22 Think~Design~Collaborate (TDC) Networking, 3pm – 5pm:
28th January  Tech Demo – by Abid Hussain of ‘Engage’ providing a Virtual introduction to the ‘Engage Metaverse Tour’ 

Engage ‘are a virtual/augmented reality software company dedicated to transforming how training & educational content is delivered’. Abid Hussain will meet us in VR and introduce us to their Metaverse using Oculus Quests. We have approximately 20 headsets available for those who want to take part. The session has been extended so that we can continue to experiment with the Engage platform after Abid’s tour.

If you have your own headset, you will need to use this link to download their app: https://engagevr.io/

4th February  Guest Speaker – by Adam McIntosh, a Games Industry veteran working with Electronic Arts for over 15 years.

After a video presentation, Adam will be talking about the state of play in the Games Industry [current industry trends and practices], provide a breakdown of a typical game studio structure [Brand/marketing, QA, Engineers, Operations, Live team etc] and an overview of his personal career to date [QA, Management, Project Management, Operations] including the amazing games he has worked with.

18th February  Tech Demo – event postponed to 4th March 
25th February  Tech Demo – Cancelled
4th March  Guest Speaker – University of Winchester’s Certiport Testing Centre for Industry Recognised Certification, Dr Debs Wilson SFHEA

Dr Debs Wilson will provide an overview of our ongoing provision as a Certiport Testing Centre for (primarily) Adobe, Autodesk and Unity industry recognised certification for students and staff across the University, and external companies/individuals. The Centre of Enterprise, Design & Innovation and Digital Media team faciliate the online multichoice certification exams in WDC202 (Digital Media Studio) on a request basis.  Please see this link for further information: http://cedi.uk/digital-creative-hub/

This session replaced a postponement due to illness of the following Tech Demo, which has yet to be re-arranged (originally set for 18th Feb):

Marco Rondelli, Senior Manager, Technical Enablement Delivery & Business Development for Pegasystems UK 

The University has recently become a Pega Academy which is exciting news, especially for the Department of Digital Technologies. Marco Rondelli will be demonstrating Pega technology via a presentation/demo and how this can be of benefit to students, staff and industry.

Pega Developers, Low-code Makers, Low-code App Builders, Business Architects and Sytem Architects are examples of roles that can be attained with Pega accreditation worldwide. Please see https://academy.pega.com/ for more information.

18th March  Guest Speaker – CANCELLED  NFTS: The Evolution of User Engagement – Warren Lincoln

Due to illness, Warren unfortunately cannot present this week’s networking session – NFTS: The Evolution of User Engagement – Warren Lincoln, the session has therefore been cancelled. We hope to re-arrange this for another week during this semester, and will post further details soon.

25th March  Guest Speaker/Workshop – Neil Munz-Jones, author of the Reluctant Networker

Neil Munz-Jones first published The Reluctant Networker in 2010. It is available on Amazon in hard copy and Kindle format. It has been featured in a number of leading publications such as The Sunday Times, The Financial Times and The Daily Telegraph. See www.reluctantnetworker.com for more information. In addition to giving talks on networking Neil is a mentor and coach and runs mdj2 (www.mdj2.co.uk) a consulting firm working with B2B and B2C clients to help them deliver a broad range of growth, efficiency and change projects. All Neil’s business comes via networking.

Neil has given numerous, inspirational talks on networking for organisations such as The Financial Times, Barclaycard, Philips, The National Audit Office as well as to students and professionals at the start of their careers.  Participants say they value his honest, down-to-earth approach, which says it’s ok not to love networking, most of us don’t!  He talks openly about how difficult many people find networking and shares a number of different ways to network, most of which people find easier than ‘working the room’ at a networking event.  Based on his top 10 learnings about networking, his talk will be highly interactive as he believes it is vital to get his audience talking about their views on the subject as well as sharing their experiences (both positive and negative).

1st April  Guest Speaker – RE-SCHEDULED: NFTS: THE EVOLUTION OF USER ENGAGEMENT – Warren Lincoln Has Over 7 Years’ Experience In The Esports Industry.

Warren has created commercial revenue streams and managed sales for large scale consumer events and is the commercial director for Nifty World NFT. Warren will talk about the following: What’s an NFT?  How to get started? What’s the opportunity? Investment approaches?

29th April  Guest Speaker & Design Challenge – by Dr Janet Owen of The Earth Museum

The Earth Museum’s Dr Janet Owen will be here as a Guest Speaker about The Earth Museum, a fantastic museum and storytelling resource, who will also be presenting a short sharp Design Challenge. There are two design challenges which she would love you to put your thinking hats on for, come along to find out what they are, the more the merrier. Drinks and Pizza to finish with. https://theearthmuseum.co.uk/

6th May  Guest Speaker – by Juliet Tzabar, Managing Director of Plug-in Media

‘Plug-In Media is a 5 times BAFTA-winning, digital production company, that creates both interactive entertainment and linear TV content for the children and families audience. Born from the premise that today’s young audiences access content across multiple screens and in multiple formats, our company services this ever-increasing demand for multi-platform media. Our output includes: games, apps, websites, educational content, virtual reality, augmented reality, short-form video, and broadcast animation.’  http://pluginmedia.net/ 

12th May (Thursday) Exhibition – Transmedia & Pitch Your Project 2022  1pm – 5.30pm followed by refreshments and networking.

In this exhibition we would like to share with our visitors the work of all our students from the DMD, 3D & CAD undergraduate programmes, including the MA Digital Media Practice & Pathways’ students. You will also be able to explore specific pieces of work the student cohorts have chosen, to be part of the new and exciting Virtual Exhibition. There are three awards resulting from the exhibition: Most Popular Stand, Most Interactive Stand, Best Virtual Exhibit.

Pitch Your Project involves the 3rd year students pitching their creative and innovative business ideas to a panel of Industry and Enterprise professionals. There are 2 awards resulting from the pitching: Best Pitch Award and Most Commercially Viable Award.

The Transmedia Exhibition has been planned, shaped and organised by the 2nd year cohorts in Digital Media, 3D, and CAD, under the guidance of our Project Focus Lecturers, Marina Brkljac and Dr Debs Wilson, with feedback from all our cohorts to ensure all the students are represented.

Semester 2 2021-22 Think~Design~Collaboration (TDC) Maker Days & Hack Days, 3pm – 5pm (unless stated differently for all-day events):
11th February Creative Maker Session – Book Binding for Beginners with Georgia de Buriatte

‘In this 2 hour workshop you will learn all you need to make a series of different folded, glued and sewn books, no matter what skill level you currently have! The workshop will begin with a few simple folded techniques, to get you used to the terms and methods needed for the more complex styles. We will then explore some glued, and sewn methods, and even some ways of applying hard covers!

All materials including papers will be supplied, but feel free to bring anything you’d like to include!

11th March  Creative Maker Session – Lino Carving for Beginners with Georgia de Buriatte

‘In this 2 hour workshop you will learn the basics of lino carving and printing your lino carvings. This is my main method of making, and I will have all sorts of exciting bits and pieces to show you. However if it is not a technique you have conquered before head on over to the Pinterest. I have included a couple of boards below, with varying levels of complexity, so please don’t worry if it looks a bit scary!   https://www.pinterest.co.uk/deburiart/printmaking-workshops 

There isn’t anything you will need to bring this session except some imagery you would like to work from, unless you have some of your own Lino tools of course.’

THE SUSTAINABLE LIVING CHALLENGE  ‘THINK~DESIGN~CREATE’ WORKSHOPS 10am – 4pm

Four workshops to bring people together to generate ideas through problem solving and collaboration. These workshops will also provide opportunities to learn from each other and how to work with other disciplines and skillsets.

THE CHALLENGE:

Create a sustainable living community by:

  • designing a product, game, device, educational kit or app to support or encourage others to live more sustainably
  • re-thinking and re-designing processes to be more sustainable
Our dates have recently been updated to help FE students, our students, industry professionals and staff attend. The dates are now on a Wednesday due to Saturdays having posed a problem for some of the prospective attendees. The dates below are the new dates for the workshops.
11th May  Workshop 1 – Introduction & Empathise
18th May  Workshop 2 –Define & Ideate
25th May  Workshop 3 – Create Prototype & Test
15th June  Workshop 4 – Refine & Present

SEMESTER 1 2021-22

Semester 1 2021-22 Think~Design~Collaborate (TDC) Networking, 3pm – 5pm:

24th Sept  Networking – Introductory session, welcoming you to our new CEDI/DMD Networking series and our new Collaborative Space, DMD Studio, 3D Lab and CEDI lab.

1st Oct  Networking: 1 x 20 min industry presentation/talk and 1 x 20 min student presentation (1st Friday of each month) Dr Debs Wilson – Digital Heritage Interpretation Design and ‘The Talking Walls at Beaulieu Abbey’ (presentation here) followed by Tomos Jackson & Dean Collins, 3rd Yr 3D Environments (Game & Heritage) students talking about their team’s work with Malmesbury, reconstructing its Anglo Saxon past in Epic’s Unreal Game Engine. 

8th Oct  Technical Demonstration: Staff, Students or Industry – demonstration of technology you are using in your industry (2nd Friday of each month)

29th Oct  Over to Industry – Industry led event Richard Coope and his ‘Screw It Let’s Do it! talk + 1 x 20 min presentation from Winchester Creatives mentees (ie Rishabh Sharma, Gabriele Daubaryte, Matt Keen, Ella Povey)1 x 20-minute industry presentation Richard Coope and Winchester Creatives talk  + 1 x 20 min presentation from Winchester Creatives mentees (Eloise Taylor, Matthew Hampsey, Cain McKensie-Yapa)

5th Nov  Networking: 1 x 20 minute industry presentation Wendy Wyatt & Winchester Design Festival talk and 1 x 20 min student presentation

12th Nov -CANCELLED Technical Demonstration: Staff, Students or Industry

3rd Dec  Networking: Join Richard Coope and Winchester Creatives to celebrate ‘Our Year of Hope’  with initial presentations and panel discussions followed by evening drinks and nibbles. Presentations also from Winchester Creatives mentees (Eloise Taylor, Matthew Hampsey, Cain McKensie-Yapa). This event is to celebrate the award-winning work delivered by kind local volunteers and to share the exciting story of our Winchester Creatives’ Year of Hope. Winchester Creatives CIC is a not-for-profit social enterprise dedicated to helping young creative talent to ‘get in and get on’ in the creative industry.

10th Dec  CANCELLED Technical Demonstration: Samantha Kingston of Virtual Umbrella will be providing a VR session today, unfortunately Samanatha has had to postpone this session to the new year.

17th Dec – Mini Christmas Academic Poster Exhibition and Social Networking Event Friday 17th Dec, 3pm to 5pm for all cohorts, staff and industry in the DMD Studio and Collaborative Space, West Downs Quarter.

The first Academic Poster Exhibition and Social Networking event is taking place on the last day of semester for all to attend. The Academic Posters will be a mix of digital and printed and displayed within the Digital Media Studio and Collaborative Space area of the new building at West Downs Centre. 

Networking with students across the programmes, staff and industry will take place with refreshments, mince pies and other Christmas nibbles whilst also voting for the following awards:
  • Best Presented
  • Most Informative
  • Most Creative
We will also be announcing the winner of the Manny Moodley 2020-21 award.
As the last day of semester, this is a time to all get together and enjoy Christmas Festivities whilst celebrating the work our students have achieved during the semester.
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR STUDENTS:
Please read the attached PDF which specifies the format required for the academic posters. When completed, please upload to ‘Files’ on this channel, ensuring that you name your PDF in the following format:
First Years:          A3-Yr1-Game-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf  
Second Years:     A3-Yr2-RSA-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf  OR A3-Yr2-Client-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
Third Years:        A3-Yr3-IndividualP-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
MAs:                  A3-MA-IndividualP-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
Students are welcome to create more than one academic poster if they want to enter two different projects.
Deadline for uploading PDFs to be printed is Monday 13th December 3pm.
Deadline for uploading PDFs for being displayed on the Touch Screens is Wednesday 15th December 3pm.
Overall file size should be no more than 5Mb.
Please contact Dr Debs Wilson via email if you need further clarification about the event. 
Semester 1 2021-22 Think~Design~Collaboration (TDC) Maker Days & Hack Days, 3pm – 5pm (unless stated differently for all-day events):

15th Oct   2 hour Collaborative Design Challenge – ‘The Game of Sustainability’ In groups of students, industry and staff, design a simple game that teaches young children how to think about the natural resources they use as they go throughout their day. More details at the event.

22nd Oct   Creative Freedom – Matt Smith of Unique Forms leads a drawing challenge today: www.boccionirecreated.com is an on going project to recreate Umberto Boccioni’s lost sculptures. This is a unique opportunity to sketch from one of the recreated works not seen in 100 years. The work is CNC milled from a digital sculpting of Spiral Expansion of Muscles in Movement 1913. This was the work that preceded Unique Forms of Continuity in Space 1913. Sketching from these sculptures is rewarding and less intimidating than working from a life model for some.

19th Nov  – CANCELLED  2 hour Design Challenge – provide a design challenge

26th Nov  – CANCELLED Creative Freedom – Art, Craft, or similar, to simply have fun creating

17th Dec – Mini Christmas Academic Poster Exhibition and Social Networking Event Friday 17th Dec, 3pm to 5pm for all cohorts, staff and industry in the DMD Studio and Collaborative Space, West Downs Quarter.

The first Academic Poster Exhibition and Social Networking event is taking place on the last day of semester for all to attend. The Academic Posters will be a mix of digital and printed and displayed within the Digital Media Studio and Collaborative Space area of the new building at West Downs Centre. 

Networking with students across the programmes, staff and industry will take place with refreshments, mince pies and other Christmas nibbles whilst also voting for the following awards:
  • Best Presented
  • Most Informative
  • Most Creative
We will also be announcing the winner of the Manny Moodley 2020-21 award.
As the last day of semester, this is a time to all get together and enjoy Christmas Festivities whilst celebrating the work our students have achieved during the semester.
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR STUDENTS:
Please read the attached PDF which specifies the format required for the academic posters. When completed, please upload to ‘Files’ on this channel, ensuring that you name your PDF in the following format:
First Years:          A3-Yr1-Game-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf  
Second Years:     A3-Yr2-RSA-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf  OR A3-Yr2-Client-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
Third Years:        A3-Yr3-IndividualP-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
MAs:                  A3-MA-IndividualP-FirstName-SecondName-2021.pdf
Students are welcome to create more than one academic poster if they want to enter two different projects.
Deadline for uploading PDFs to be printed is Monday 13th December 3pm.
Deadline for uploading PDFs for being displayed on the Touch Screens is Wednesday 15th December 3pm.
Overall file size should be no more than 5Mb.
Please contact Dr Debs Wilson via email if you need further clarification about the event. 

Academic Poster Awards - Mini Christmas Exhibition

The mini Christmas Academic Poster Exxhibition & Festive Networking event went very well. We had 40 plus academic posters around the DMD Studio of student work across all of our disciplines and year groups. It was really great to see so many projects visually explained.

 

Best Presented – Rodothea Papachristoforou (Yr2 BA Digital Media Design)

Most Informative – Lucy Hopkins (Yr3 BSc CAD)

Most Creative – Emily Hellwege (Yr3 BSc CAD)