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Public invited to experience Kingston School of Art's degree show through innovative new online platform

Posted Thursday 15 July 2021

Public invited to experience Kingston School of Art's degree show through innovative new online platform

Kingston School of Art's annual Degree Show has gone virtual this year with a custom-made website created by Kingston School of Art students and graduates which encourages exploration and engagement.


Kingston University and South Thames Colleges Group sign strategic partnership to boost opportunities for students, paving way to higher education and employment

Posted Wednesday 14 July 2021

Kingston University and South Thames Colleges Group sign strategic partnership to boost opportunities for students, paving way to higher education and employment

Kingston University and the South Thames Colleges Group have forged a new strategic partnership agreement to maximise learning and career opportunities for students and improve access to higher education. The agreement has been signed by Kingston University's Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier and Chief Executive of South Thames Colleges Group Peter Mayhew-Smith, with the milestone marked at a special event this week. It provides a framework for both organisations to fulfil their shared objectives more effectively, as well as to explore and develop new areas of mutual interest and joint activities that will benefit students, employers, and the local community.


Kingston School of Art students win prestigious D&AD New Blood Award with Penguin concept highlighting lack of diversity in GCSE curriculum

Posted Friday 9 July 2021

Kingston School of Art students win prestigious D&AD New Blood Award with Penguin concept highlighting lack of diversity in GCSE curriculum

Three design marketing students from Kingston School of Art have won a coveted D&AD New Blood Pencil for their creative approach to a brief set by book publisher Penguin, which addresses the under representation of ethnic minorities in the GCSE English Literature curriculum.


KU Cares' Emily Hughes awarded NEON Lifetime Achievement Award for significant achievements during her life and career

Posted Wednesday 7 July 2021

KU Cares' Emily Hughes awarded NEON Lifetime Achievement Award for significant achievements during her life and career

?Emily Hughes, who was instrumental in developing Kingston University's KU Cares programme in her role as access and inclusion manager, has been recognised with a posthumous Lifetime Achievement Award at this year's NEON Awards.


Kingston School of Art student's collection wins Black Excellence award at Graduate Fashion Week

Posted Monday 28 June 2021

Kingston School of Art student's collection wins Black Excellence award at Graduate Fashion Week

A Kingston University student's mixed-gender collection, inspired by the anti-SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad) movement in Nigeria, has been crowned the winner of the Black Excellence Prize in the Graduate Fashion Week Awards.


Hundreds of young people receive first Covid-19 jabs during two-day walk-in vaccination drive for over-18s at Kingston University

Posted Monday 28 June 2021

Hundreds of young people receive first Covid-19 jabs during  two-day walk-in vaccination drive for over-18s at Kingston University

A walk-in vaccination service at Kingston University has sen hundreds of students, staff and young people aged 18 and over from across the borough visit campus to receive their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine.


Kingston School of Art student's upcycled clothing collection wins Considered Award at Graduate Fashion Week

Posted Friday 25 June 2021

Kingston School of Art student's upcycled clothing collection wins Considered Award at Graduate Fashion Week

A student from Kingston School of Art has been crowned winner of the Considered Fashion Award at Graduate Fashion Week for her sustainable clothing collection using repurposed fabrics.


Kingston School of Art student hailed first runner-up of coveted award at Graduate Fashion Week for biodegradable knitwear collection

Posted Wednesday 23 June 2021

Kingston School of Art student hailed first runner-up of coveted award at Graduate Fashion Week for biodegradable knitwear collection

Darcie Hancock from Kingston School of Art has been awarded second place in the Christopher Bailey Collection of the Year Award at Graduate Fashion Week for her knitwear collection made from biodegradable yarns and fabrics.


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