In September 2018, the British Higher School of Art and Design launches a new British BA degree program — BA (Hons) Design Crafts (Jewellery). Yekaterina Bridge, head of Academic Quality department at BHSAD, speaks about the specifics of the program and its relevance in Russia.
The graduate of BA (Hons) Illustration & Illustration CPD courses Darya Epifanova has won the CARTIER & BHSAD contest.
Philosophical concepts of time, uncertainty, silence, memory at the opening of the Foundation Art & Design exhibition on the 30th of June.
The pre-degree programme's graduates have presented their artworks in the Small hall of ARTPLAY.
On January 19th, Surface exhibition by graduates of BSHAD programmes BA (Hons) Fine Art and BA (Hons) Photography opened at a new exhibition space Art Korobka.
BHSAD once again hosted the BIG DRAW event that annually gathers students' joint efforts in order to create large-scale paintings.
WorldSkills Russia and BHSAD have presented the first contest for students majoring in creative fields.
Media outlets from Europe, China, the UK, Brazil and other countries gave coverage to both BHSAD fashion shows that took place during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia.
Students of BA (Hons) Fine Art Level 5 programme were assigned with a task to devise and organize four exhibitions of their works at different Moscow venues. As a result, the wide audience had a chance to see works performed by the students and gauge the conceptual vision of aspiring artists.
BHSAD's student wins at The RSA student design awards 2017RSA Student Design Awards (SDA) is the world’s longest running student design competition, challenging emerging designers across the globe to challenge real-world problems.
The 2016/17 competition included 12 briefs developed in partnership with a diverse range of industry and government sponsors, with topics including designing ways to foster inter-cultural understanding (‘Beyond Borders’), increase mental agility in older age (‘Agile Ageing’) and rethink Fast Moving Consumer Goods for a circular economy (‘Circular Futures’).
The Awards are open to university students and new graduates from all disciplines, who can work individually or collaborate in teams to apply their design thinking and skills in new ways. Natalia Savicheva competed with 800 students from 21 countries and won in the enrty of Wearing Intelligence, which brief was «to develop a design solution that utilises ‘advanced textiles’ to improve wellbeing or the quality of people’s lives».
Natalia invented カメレオン Kamereon: a wearable game that utilises smart shoes (that change pattern and texture depending on the wearer’s activity), fashion and geodata to motivate teens to go outside, exercise and socialise.