Final exhibitions of Foundation Art & Design and Pre-Foundation Art & Design programmes are now over. The FAD display traditionally featured works of graduates on one selected area, while Pre-FAD consolidated vary different works done by the students throughout the year. Foundation Art & Design is the first and mandatory step to receiving a British Bachelor’s degree. The programme provides the understanding of the future field of work and is aimed at helping the students choose a specific area. Pre-Foundation Art & Design helps raise the level of artistic, theoretical and technical training, thus gaining sufficient knowledge and skills for enrolling in Foundation Art & Design programme and, subsequently, for British BA programmes.
The exhibits by graduates of both programmes were placed in baserooms where anyone could touch the unusual textures, colour palettes and unconventional objects that express certain author`s concepts. The students explained their works and shared their plans for the future studies.
Sardor Nortodziev, Foundation Art & Design
«My work basically consists of a combination of bamboo sticks and threads of two pastel shades – blue and pink. At the beginning I tried to depict the trajectories of electrons’ movement and I got a simple triangle with those thread waving around. Then I started to develop the idea. Fr om simple triangles I got pyramids with a center at one single point. Then pyramids turned into semicircles that were secured and added to various parts of the sculpture. I am planning my further education at BA (Hons) Fine Arts programme and I will continue doing what I had never done before and using materials that I had never used before.»Nadezhda Sinitsina, Pre-Foundation Art & Design
Polina Erokhina, Foundation Art & Design
Maksim Shepel, Foundation Art & Design
Vitolina Kazakova, Foundation Art & Design