On the 27th of February at EXPOSED - Art Center
a one day exhibition of 6 level BA (Hons) Photography took place. It gathered 12 different projects – 12 different perspectives and professional paths.
On February 17, students of BA (Hons) Product and Industrial Design programme visited the “Kazimir Makevich. Not just the Black Square” exhibition.
“Tastes and Symbols of Time” is a collaboration between students of BHSAD and students of Novikov School of cooking. Artists and chefs will create 20 objects of art at the intersection of contemporary art and gastronomy.
A course for students dedicated to the Internet of Things and aimed at looking for solutions to the problems that ordinary users are facing took place on the premises of the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (SKOLTECH) with participation of the BHSAD.
The School’s new project, britanka.media, has been launched in the World Wide Web. It is Russia’s first media about responsible design.
The British Council together with the British Higher School of Art and Design announced the results of the contest, the finalist of which will go to the UK on February 16-22 to exchange knowledge with the experts of the fashion industry and to visit certain events as part of the London Fashion Week.
BA (Hons) Illustration graduate Olga Salamatova won in iJungle Illustration Awards contest.
On December 6th, BHSAD hosted NextTrend Spatial Design 2017 conference. The event gathered over 50 experts in spatial design. The industry’s professionals spoke to the audience about most pressing issues related to arrangement of spatial environment.
First Christmas and New Year market of British Higher School of Art and Design in Moscow.
BHSAD will hold a contest for the best project within the new ART & SCIENCE 2018 strategic platform.
First year students of BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design
exhibited their works created at "Concrete: Introducing Materiality" workshop possible due to collaboration with Ilya Valovik from A-Beton.
On October 25 BA (Hons) Fashion graduates from British Higher School of Art & Design showed their best collections at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia 2017. Overall 9 designers – Anastasia Pavlovich, Emily Tokareva, Yulia Ivanov, Ksenia Dorogova, Lina Bouxdorf, Nina Veresova, Tehmina Poghosyan, Uliana Nekrasova and Zlata Belokobylskaia – demonstrated their mastery and creativity, fostered under the guidance of BA (Hons) fashion programme leader Clare Lopeman.
Early October, BA (Hons) Illustration
students took part in an annual international marathon/flashmob dedicated to creating comic strips. The idea of the event was to produce comic strips alongside thousands of participants from all over the world, given just 24 hours and staying in the same room the whole time.
The Moscow Open Innovations international forum was held on October 16-18 at Skolkovo Technopark and was dedicated to digital economy in the light of global transformations. The School’s director Anastasiya Butrym and director of BA (Hons) Product Design program Umberto Giraudo gave their presentations, while Anna Chernykh and Vladimir Tilinin participated as experts in SAP Leonardo for Fashion Tech hackathon.
The Finnish Architecture Days were held in Moscow on October 04–05 by Project Baltia magazine together with the Embassy of Finland and the Association of Finnish Architects’ Offices (ATL). The curator of the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design
program Joseph Van der Steen made a presentation of a building regeneration project.
On September 23rd, students who graduated from the British Higher School of Art and Design received their diplomas, and a week later, on September 30th, a graduation party took place in
Spiridonov House in the very center of Moscow.
Students of BA (Hons) Illustration have visited Hermitage, the Street Art Museum and the comics festival Boomfest in Saint Petersburg.
On September 23rd The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts hosted the graduation ceremony for 2017 year graduate students of British BA programs and Russian continuing professional development courses.