Fixperts, a design programme founded by Kingston University Professor Daniel Charny, has scooped a prestigious blue brick award for design. Set up in 2012, Fixperts combines design, social impact and story-telling with prototyping and making skills to create a movement of ‘Fixperts’ who design practical solutions to real life challenges and share their ideas and good practice in...
THURSDAY 15 DECEMBER
Museum open: 11am–5.00pm, last entry at 4.30pm
Russian Winter Weekend Concert
An evening of Russian music and poetry featuring Alena Lugovkina (flute), Anne Denholm (harp) and Susan Porrett (narrator).
Doors 6.30pm, start 7.30pm
Tickets &poun20 (including a glass of prosecco)
Booking is essential via
Photo credit: Theo Inglis A new book by Kingston University Associate Professor and art historian David Lawrence focuses on British Rail design, from its nationalisation in 1948 until privatisation in 1997. British Rail Designed 1948-1997 explores the design aspects of the whole network, from typography to uniforms. Prof Lawrence drew...
The exhibition, held in the FADA Platform Gallery, celebrates the work of first year Fashion students who were tasked with producing a fashion editorial piece – completely open to their interpretation. Students were encouraged to explore varying aspects of film and photography beyond fashion photography, resulting in a diverse mix of fashion images. Students with no prior knowledge had...
A Kingston University FADA professor who established a pioneering Masters course in design curation has been recognised with a prestigious award.
Professor Catherine McDermott will receive the 2016 Sir Misha Black Award for Innovation in Design Education for establishing the University’s
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