Our degree shows

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The Cambridge School of Art Undergraduate Degree Show represents the culmination of three years of study for our undergraduates. Over 200 graduating artists display their talents to the public as they prepare to enter the world of work. The show is financially supported by Anglia Ruskin University's Arts Council.

Degree Show 2017

The 2017 Degree Show will take place in the Ruskin Gallery and surrounding studios from 9 - 17 June, with a private view in the evening of Thursday 8 June. There will also be a special screening of Film and Television Production and Illustration and Animation student work in the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse at 15:00 on Thursday 8 June, and a Fashion Show at the Cambridge Junction on Thursday 14 June.

Electric Eye: Undergraduate Degree Show 2016

The 2016 Degree Show took place from 10 - 18 June 2016, and also included the Film and Moving Image Show at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse and a fashion show at Cambridge Junction. You can watch video teasers of the exhibition and fashion show below.

MA Degree Show

This postgraduate end-of-course exhibition marks an important stage of personal and professional development, showcasing final art and design works underpinned by rigorous research and experimentation in different fields. The exhibition makes a significant contribution to the arts in the city, offering the public an opportunity to engage with new work by artists and designers working at an advanced level.

The 2016 show 'Ekstasis' took place in Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, from 8 - 17 September. You can watch the video below, or see images on the official MA Show website.

MA Children's Book Illustration Graduation Show

This show is an opportunity for children’s book publishers and agents from all over the world to view and option work by students on our unique MA Children’s Book Illustration course.

The 2017 exhibition took place at Candid Gallery, 3-5 Torrens Street, London from 3-5 February 2017, before returning to the Ruskin Gallery on our Cambridge campus from 23 February - 4 March 2017.   Visit the official website.