Students are taught through a series of tutor-led critiques on graphic fundamentals and explore the application of these through practical projects. The course has an in-built flexibility allowing students to determine their own direction for the field they want to work in, essential to developing confident and independent creative practitioners.
Norwich University of the Arts co-hosted the UK’s biggest touring exhibition, British Art Show 8 as part of the Hayward Touring programme from June – September 2016. Recognised as some of the very best of contemporary art in the UK, the exhibition was held in NUA’s St Georges Building, East GalleryNUA, Norwich Castle and Museum and The Forum presenting work from over forty artists including film, sculpture installation and painting and design. Alongside the exhibition, the BAS8 event programme presented a summer of free talks, workshops, roundtable discussions and performances open to the public including a talk with internationally renowned Graphic Designer, Fraser Muggeridge. Discover more about British Art Show 8 at NUA.
Hat-trick Design co-founder Jim Sutherland discusses the process he goes through to get solutions.
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Graphics alumni Miles Marshall (2009) and Matt Lurcock (2010) returned to the University to deliver a lecture on their work for Award-winning visual identity and packaging design agency Turner Duckworth, whose clients include Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss and Metallica.