Design history lecturer Dr. Sorcha O’Brien, from the School of Art and Design History and the Modern Interiors Research Centre (MIRC), has been awarded an Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Leadership Early Career Fellowship for her research project ‘The Electrification of the Rural Irish Home: Housewives, Electrical Products and Domesticity in the 1950s and […]
Kingston University Norwegian graduates Tommy and Markus Vad Flaaten doubled their celebrations after winning another prestigious award for their short film Bluebarry. Since February the film, which features an assortment of zany birds preying on two daring blueberries, has picked up both a Royal Television Society Student Award and the public choice accolade at the […]
As a culmination of her Stanley Picker Fellowship research, Oreet Ashery presents Revisiting Genesis, a new major commission taking the form of a web-series in twelve episodes. Written and directed by the artist, Revisiting Genesis explores the philosophical, sociopolitical, practical and emotional implications of the processes surrounding death and withdrawal, digital afterlives, outsider communities, social […]
Congratulations to Markus and Tommy Vad Flaaten for winning the professional Public Choice Animated Film Award at the British Animation Awards. Their film Bluebarry, made as their major project in BA Illustration Animation, won this prestigious award against some of the biggest names in contemporary animation and is a wonderful achievement. Tommy and Markus graduated […]
Unit 5 of the School of Architecture and Landscape, Kingston University presents a lecture, symposium and series of workshop with Japanese architect and architectural historian, Terunobu Fujimori for building a summer pavilion at Dorich House Museum.
Kingston University postgraduate architecture studio Unit 5, led by tutors Takeshi Hayatsu and Simon Jones, welcome Japanese Architect Terunobu Fujimori to ...
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in architecture and landscape architecture.
Our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees explore the history, theory and contemporary importance of art and design.
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in the areas of: graphic design, illustration & animation, filmmaking, curating.
Our fine art degree courses reflect exciting, new convergent practices and encourage dialogue between traditional and emerging genres.
This one-year Foundation Diploma is designed to prepare you for art & design courses at degree level.