Degree Show Website
The photography graduates at the Cambridge School of Art have produced a show we can be proud of. The work on show ranges form documentary photography to fine art practice, from analogue to digital and from the concrete to the abstract.
In his Inaugural Lecture at the Cambridge School of Art in 1858 John Ruskin said that valuable drawings were those “in which the pupil [had] learned much in doing” as these would produce “the most precious results for his understanding and his heart”
This ethos is still prevalent in our teaching today. Alongside our teaching in techniques and concepts, we foster the personal development of our students, the creation of their unique voice and their artistic expression.
Over the last three years these students have grown into confident artists and practitioners and have shown professionalism and creativity throughout their time with us.
Even so economic challenges lie ahead of them; many have already started their own businesses and/or found employment. I wish our graduates success for the future.
I invite you to sample some of their work here on the Cambridge School of Art degree show website.Kerstin Hacker