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Stunning range of creative work at MADE BY degree show, The Northern School of Art

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Fabulous film sets and fine art, costumes and commercial photography and textiles and TV films by future creatives have gone on show at The Northern School of Art.

Over 150 graduating and current students are displaying a range of highly visual and innovative work at the ‘Made By’ end of year spectacle as the only provider of specialist creative courses in the North East, which is open to the public from 7 – 15 June.

The showcase at the School’s university-level campus at 1 Church Street in Hartlepool, features work from thirteen degree programmes, unveiling new names to watch out for in the creative sector.

Displays are on show created by students from textiles and surface design, costume design, production design for stage and screen, fine art, graphic and digital design, illustration, photography, creative film, acting, fashion and visual effects and model making courses.

Acting students are also showcasing show reels and photography of their sell-out productions throughout the year.

The ‘Made By’ degree show takes place at 1 Church Street, Hartlepool, TS24 7DR from 7 – 15 June (except Sunday 9 June). It is open from 10am – 4pm every day and until 7pm on Monday 10 – Wed 12 June. There are student film special screenings at the School’s lecture theatre in Church Square, Hartlepool, TS24 7EX. Entry is free.

A short preview of the Made By degree show preview event is available to view here https://youtu.be/UeM_1SYyHto

Further details are available at https://northernart.ac.uk/

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