The British higher school of art and design becomes an official partner of the British education fair Study UK. And on 3 February Tim Simmons, course director of BA programmes of the BHSAD, will give a lecture on the British approach to creative studies.
The very first Britanka Talks podcast is dedicated to the modern art. Speakers from different idstries discussed three main events from the world of art from 2018.
In March 2019 the BHSAD launches 2 new skills elective courses on modern photography and 2D digital graphics.
The British higher school of art and design launches 3 new BA programmes – BA (Hons) Jewellery, BA (Hons) Textiles и BA (Hons) Marketing with Digital Communications. Courses will start in September 2019.
ZIL Cultural Centre hosted the 24-hour marathon dedicated to creating comic strips. Cristopher Rainbow, lead tutor of BA (Hons) Illustration, was the ideologist and the organizer of the event.
Angus Colvin, Lead Tutor of BA (Hons) Product & Industrial Design, spoke at PUSHKA Forum on the responsibility of designers to the international community.
In December 2018 and January 2019, the British Higher School of Art and Design will host three free workshops for young specialists working in the fields of service design, fashion design and illustration.
More than 20 students and graduates of BHSAD participated in the contenst to create visual identity for RSLYA.
BHSAD will participate at the 28th International Advertising and Creative Industries Red Apple Festival a number of events? taking place at the Universal University Hall.
BHSAD will participate at the Russian-German forum of creative industries ART WERK that will take place for the second time at Winzavod in Moscow.
BHSAD discussed possible ways of cooperating with different companies and involving the industry into the School’s educational process.
The joint prom party at Pluton factory coincided with the traditional Britanka Award 2018 ceremony.
Graduates of art universities in the UK talked about their experience, the transition to modernism and London as a place of power for the artists.
BHSAD students and graduates for the first time presented their works at Skolkovo Jazz Science festival.
The Cosmoscow Contemporary Art Fair for the first time will showcase works by young artists from BHSAD.
This year, Baikal Educational Forum, the nationwide discussion platform, was held for seventh time. The topic of the 2017 event was “Quality of education: dialogue with the society”. Five roundtables were set up to debate important issues such as options to modernize study processes, infrastructure, impact of digital technologies, and international context. Most discussions took place behind closed door, except for ours.
BHSAD participated in the round table discussion on the main issues in teaching modern art and ways to overcome them.