Creative Technologies students celebrate work at End of Year Show
The exhibition included work from photography, digital design, visual effects and sound design students. Final year journalism student, Maddie Binns, reports
As the academic year came to a close, final year students from LSBU’s Creative Technologies courses celebrated their work with an end of year show, held at Elephant Studios on the 6 June. The exhibition included work from students of photography, digital design, visual effects and sound design.
The show was broadcasted live by students from JLDN, with reporters giving an insight into the content their peers have created over the past three years on their respective courses.
The Dean of Arts and Creative Industries, Janet Jones, was interviewed: “For two years now London South Bank University has been voted as the best university for graduate employment.
“Your career in the industry will be a journey of twists and turns, but it’s all necessary to end up in the job you want to do.”
Find out more about the School of Arts and Creative Industries.
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