Students prepare for Bucks New University’s MA art and design show


Date: 7th Jun 2016

A range of outstanding work will be on display at Buckinghamshire New University's annual MA Art and Design show between Thursday 5 December and Thursday 12 December.

The show features special items created by students studying MA Art and Design Practice; MA Advertising; and MA Conservation of Furniture and Decorative Arts.

MA Art and Design Practice covers Ceramics; Fine Art; Furniture Design; Graphics; Illustration, Jewellery and Silversmithing; Printmaking; Product Design, Spatial and Interior Design; and Textiles.

The annual exhibition is open to the public and takes place at the University, in Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe. It celebrates the talent, creativity and success of the students who have been studying at Bucks for either one year full-time or two years part-time, and includes a selection of the students' best work created during 2013.

The show is open from:

  • 10am- 4pm on Friday 6, Monday 9, Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 December;
  • 10am-7pm on Tuesday 10 December.

An MA Art and Design Open Evening takes place from 5pm-7pm on Tuesday 10 December, where visitors can meet the course team and find out more about art and design postgraduate programmes starting in January 2014.

A family event also takes place from 5.30pm-7.30pm on Tuesday 10 December, where parents and children can have a personal 'walk and talk' tour from a key member of staff.

Private tours can also be booked for any time during the show by emailing

Jake Kaner, Professor in Furniture at the University said: "We are looking forward to welcoming the public to Bucks New University to take a look at the excellent work produced by our master's students.

"The shows coincides with the third anniversary of the National School of Furniture (NSF), which is a partnership between ourselves and Oxford & Cherwell Valley College, and this is a further way to mark this occasion and also delight in and celebrate the creativity and flair of our talented students.

"We are extremely excited about the exhibition and we hope visitors enjoy taking the opportunity to take a look at the high standard of work on show."

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