Following a successful period of Summer Show exhibitions at The Arts University Bournemouth, a number of courses will now be exhibiting their innovative graduate’s work across a number of London shows during July, including the Interior Architecture and Design course, who are exhibiting in London for the first time as part of the Interior Educators Group (IEG) at Free Range from 14th – 18th July.
Free Range is the UK’s largest graduate art and design show and this year, over 304 students from 23 UK Interior degree courses will be exhibiting. Based in the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, London, Free Range is an annual event that runs for over two months in the Summer, showcasing the very best of what creative art and design graduates have to offer at the end of their degree.
FdA / BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design has been running for seven years at the University. The course plays a vital and ever-increasing role in the design, refurbishment, renovation, conservation, adaptation and enjoyment of enclosed spaces. It offers the opportunity to develop a creative and dynamic understanding of the potential of three-dimensional interior space.
A IEG Free Range show opens with a Private View on Thursday 14th July from 6-10pm and closes on Monday 18th July from 10am – 4pm.