New Theatre Royal Architecture Exhibition

Year 2 Architecture students have designed proposals for the New Theatre Royal in Lincoln as part of their course this year. This gives the students an opportunity to work with real clients on an exciting project, considering complex programme of spaces and offering opportunity to learn about working with historic buildings in the city.

The exhibition showcases a selection of project proposals, allowing for some poetic license with thorough consideration for the concept right through to the technical resolution of how this projects would be built and how the buildings would function!

In addition the exhibition also showcases a number of Master of Architecture projects to demonstrate the progression of our students from undergraduate to post graduate study. If you are interested to see the complete end of year show for the University of Lincoln Architecture programmes it will be on the Architecture Building on the University campus on the 8th of June at 6pm 2018.



2016 Degree Shows

This years Degree Shows for The School of Architecture and Design take place on Saturday 28th May – 10th June; 10am – 4pm; Including weekends!

There will be a private viewing for invited guests on Friday the 27th; 6pm – 9pm!degree_show_poster_A0

Courses Include:

BA (Hons) Creative Advertising

BA (Hons) Design for Exhibition and Museums

BA (Hons) Graphic Design

BA (Hons) Illustration 

BA (Hons) Interactive Design

BA (Hons) Jewellery and Objects

BA (Hons) Product Design

BArch Architecture ( With Honours) 

MArch  Architecture 

Be great to see you all there!




School of Architecture & Design 2015 Degree Shows

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School of Architecture & Design 2015 Degree Shows

BA (Hons) Graphic Design
BA (Hons) Creative Advertising
BA (Hons) Product Design
BA (Hons) Interactive Design
BA (Hons) Illustration
BA (Hons) Jewellery & Object
BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design

BA (Hons) Design for Exhibition & Museums

Dates: Saturday 30th May – Sunday 14th June 2015
Times: 10am – 4pm
Location: Art, Architecture & Design building (East & West)

Private Views (by invitation only): Friday 29th May, 6 – 9pm


BArch (Hons) Architecture
Master of Architecture

Dates: Saturday 6th June – Sunday 21st June 2015
Times: 10am – 4pm
Location: Art, Architecture & Design building (West)

Private View (by invitation only): Friday 5th June, 6 – 9pm




MA Degree Shows open 13 September

MA degree show

Postgraduate artists, designers and conservators from across the University of Lincoln’s College of Arts will display their work in a series of free public exhibitions opening this weekend.

Showcasing the final collections from students of Fine Art, Design, International Design Enterprise, Contemporary Curatorial Practice and Conservation of Historic Objects, the 2014 MA Degree Shows offer the public a chance to explore work from dozens of exciting new artists.

The shows will open on the University of Lincoln’s Brayford Pool Campus with an exclusive preview evening on Friday 12th September, and will be free for the public to view from Saturday 13th – Saturday 27th September 2014. Exhibitions are open daily (except Sundays) from 10am – 4pm.

As part of a joint exhibition to be hosted in Project Space Plus and Lab Plus – two contemporary gallery spaces within the University’s new Art and Design Building – students of MA Design and MA Contemporary Curatorial Practice will invite audiences to ‘Carry on Regardless’.

Their thought-provoking exhibition incorporates a wide range of art, from drawing and print-making to installation and performative sculptural work, and encapsulates the ethos that failure is a natural part of human experience. The work showcased in the Carry on Regardless exhibition from eight different artists encourages its audience to view obstacles as opportunities, and to recognise that direction is often more important than destination.

Andrew Bracey, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for MA Fine Art and MA Contemporary Curatorial Practice, said: “The MA Fine Art and MA Contemporary Curatorial Practice programmes put emphasis on each student’s path of exploration and discovery, through their research and practice. The work in this show represents a crossroads, an exciting moment when they choose where their practices will go next.”

This exhibition will be joined by displays of research projects from the MA Conservation of Historic Objects programme, and an eclectic exhibition from Lincoln’s MA Design students, entitled Upstairs.

Located in the same venue, Upstairs includes work which considers the challenge of conveying personality through type design, and re-appropriated garments that explore how clothing can become a vessel for memory. The wide-ranging exhibition also incorporates video, printmaking, stop frame animation, book design, collaborative image-making and silver-smithing.

John Stocker, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for MA Design, said: “Upstairs is a celebration of the work, commitment and creativity of the current cohort of finishing MA Design students. At the heart of what we all do – staff and students alike – is asking questions. We ask questions about the world around us, about our own work and about ourselves. As you will notice in this exhibition, the work is not only informed by this wish to enquire, but also a wish to embrace technical excellence and push creative boundaries.”

For more information on Carry On Regardless, the exhibition catalogue can be downloaded via: