Liliya Kosyreva, Foundation Art and Design student, was chosen to participate in the 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art thanks to her touching works that were included in the main project «Deep Inside», reflecting dreams of an ideal world.
DuPont, the global leader in innovations and R&D, MTS, a telecom provider, and industrial company Samcor chose the winner of a contest to design trading equipment from innovative Corian material developed by DuPont.
World-famous fashion designer Slava Zaitsev visited the School to take a look at the final projects of BA (Hons) Fashion programme, to talk to the students and the tutors, and to experience this creative atmosphere that helps young designers create outstanding collections worthy of a fashion runway.
The SUPERNOVÆ exhibition of the works of British BA programme students opened on July 3rd. On this memorable day the exhibition was attended by the press, the industry representatives, and the students as well as their families, friends and colleagues.
This summer Britanka ArtsCool launches two new courses aimed at boosting the skills of work in digital space, studying graphic design programmes, web design and digital animation.
BA (Hons) Illustration student Natalia Savinova won a prestigious New Blood nomination in the D&AD international design competition. Natalia created a series of animated videos for the world-known Shutterstock image bank.
From June 4the to 11th, students of British programmes will present their graduation projects at an annual exhibition. This time it's called SUPERNOVÆ and will include work by eighty eight graduates from seven BA programmes.
On May 15-17th Provodka art space located on the premises of Kristall design factory will host a Midsummer Night's Dreams exhibition arranged to coincide with 400th anniversary of death of William Shakespeare.
An exhibition by students and graduates of the BA (Hons) Fashion programme opens at Na Shabolovke gallery on April 28th. The display will feature graphic garments made by designers as part of "the Black Project".
A fashion show of collections for handicapped people made a strong impact at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Russia. The School’s students are currently preparing the next collection aimed at improving the lives of its prospective wearers.
As part of the educational project “The Enchanted Forest”, Britanka ArtsCool students had a chance to learn about modern art, theatrical design and stagecraft. The students created a model of a fantasy world inhabited by fairy-tale characters and whimsical trees. The exhibits were open to the public on February 21st, when the display of the final works was held.
The "Yiwarra Kuju: Canning Stock Route" art exhibition formally opened on 5 February at ARTPLAY Design Centre. The exhibition was launched by the Australian Embassy in Russia in collaboration with the British Higher School of Art and Design.
DuPont ™ Corian® in collaboration with British Higher School of Art and Design, MTS Telecommunication Company and Samcor, fabrication company for Corian® is announcing the launch of the “Corian® Island” educational live project which starts on Jan.21st 2016.
The Legrand company — one of the world leaders in the field of electrical equipment production — held a competition among BHSAD students to create a design for a premium line of sockets and switches.
The purpose of this project is to teach students of the BHSAD BA (Hons) Product Design programme the specifics of working with DuPont ™ Corian® high-tech material and to create a unique commercial equipment design for MTS (an 'island' structure) using this material.
As part of a project launched by the audio equipment company, Bowers&Wilkins, BA (Hons) Illustration
students were offered to draft a decorative design for all-weather portable AM-1 loudspeakers.
On 5-12 December Zverev Centre for Modern Art holds the second exhibition of works by BHSAD tutors under the title of Pushpin Museum. In their works, our tutors from abroad attempted to reflect their personal attitude to life in post-Soviet space and give an expat's view on local culture in general.
Accompanied by Programme Leaders, Joseph Van der Steen and James O’Brien, BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design
students discovered Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Delhi.