UCLan Degree Show - Winners announced
Our online Degree Show launch took place on Thursday 17 June and you can rewatch the ceremony below. The annual celebratory event is a rite of passage for our creative students, it showcases their talent and hard work to the public and industry, launching them into their future careers.
The UCLan Degree Show is now live and available to view online.
This online event includes the presentation of our annual Degree Show Awards, run each year in association with Creative Lancashire.
You will also hear some celebratory words from our Vice-Chancellor, Graham Baldwin, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Culture and the Creative Industries, Jane Anthony and Turner Prize winner, Lubaina Himid CBE.
Lubaina officially opened access to the Degree Show website introducing to the next generation of UCLan creative talent, through a wide range of specially created architecture, art, design, fashion, media and performing arts exhibits.
Please visit the Degree Show website where you can view our students' amazing work.
Degree Show Awards
There were five categories, each sponsored by a member of the creative industries who will announce the names of the winners during the event. Winners receive an exciting placement, mentoring or support opportunity from their sponsor.
- Frontier IP Group plc Award for Craft
- Creative Lancashire Award for Enterprise
- Preen Award for Insight
- The Super Slow Way Award for Society and Sustainability
- FYC Award for Technology Innovation
All winners not only receive an award plaque after the event but were also given opportunities by their awards sponsor for mentoring, work experience or networking.
Webpage header image artwork by Melissa Heyes - BA (Hons) Fine Art.
Lubaina Himid spoke at the Degree Show Launch. Lubaina (b. Zanzibar, 1954) lives and works in Preston, UK, and is Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Central Lancashire. She is the winner of the 2017 Turner Prize. Himid has exhibited extensively in the UK and abroad. In 2021 Himid will present a major monographic exhibition at Tate Modern, London. Significant solo exhibitions include Spotlights, Tate Britain, London (2019); The Grab Test, Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, The Netherlands (2019); Lubaina Himid, CAPC Bordeaux, France (2019); Work From Underneath, New Museum, New York (2019); Gifts to Kings, MRAC Languedoc Roussillon Midi-Pyrénées, Sérignan (2018); Our Kisses are Petals, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (2018); The Truth Is Never Watertight, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe (2017); Navigation Charts, Spike Island, Bristol (2017); and Invisible Strategies, Modern Art Oxford (2017). Selected group exhibitions include Frieze Sculpture, London (2020); Risquons-Tout, WIELS, Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels (2020); Slow Painting, Hayward Touring UK travelling exhibition (2020); En Plein Air, The High Line, New York (2019–2020); Sharjah Biennial 14, UAE (2019); Glasgow International (2018); Berlin Biennale (2018); The Place is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, UK (2017); Keywords, Tate Liverpool (2014); and Burning Down the House, Gwangju Biennale (2014). Her work is held in various museum and public collections, including Tate; British Council Collection; Arts Council Collection; UK Government Art Collection; Museum Ludwig, Cologne; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; National Museums Liverpool; Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; and Rhode Island School of Design, Providence. A monograph, titled Lubaina Himid: Workshop Manual, was released in 2019 from Koenig Books.