Gray’s Virtual Degree Show 2020

Gray's Degree Show

Gray’s Virtual Degree Show 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gray’s School of Art, Look Again and an Aberdeen based design agency Design and Code, have partnered to create a fully immersive Virtual Degree Show in collaboration with the 2020 graduating students.

The new virtual environment showcases the exciting and inspiring projects of over 140 graduating artists and designers across a range of disciplines including painting, contemporary art practice, fashion and textiles, communication design, photography and three-dimensional design.

The Virtual Degree Show opened to the public on Friday 10 July 2020.

Andrew Woolhouse – Three Dimensional Design

A Design student is putting plastic consumption and waste into focus in his latest project.

Shae Myles

Inspiring young artist Shae Myles will exhibit her work at the Gray’s Virtual Degree Show next week, but it was in fact the Gray’s Degree Show back in 2015 that launched her creative journey.

Alison Grubb – 3D Design

Alison turned redundancy into an opportunity to make a change and is now starting her career as a designer.

Catherine Eckersall

After earning the opportunity to exhibit her work at high profile venues across Scotland, BA (Hons) Painting graduate Catherine Eckersall is looking to refine her practice in future by achieving a Master’s in Fine Art or Art Therapy.

Megan Davies

The loss of a parent and a grandparent has given a talented 3D Design student the inspiration and motivation to battle through hardship at university, and she will now display her final year work at the Gray’s Virtual Degree Show.

Gail McMillan

After retiring from the NHS, Gail McMillan decided to fulfil her lifelong ambition to go to art school.

Emma Grieshaber

Multi-award-winning Fashion and Textiles graduate Emma Grieshaber secured a British Fashion Council scholarship and developed a strong set of digital transferable skills to create her final degree show collection amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Isla Goldie

A talented design student has created a fascinating project which juxtaposes historical images of Aberdeen alongside those of present day.

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