A celebration of creativity, talent, dedication and enthusiasm
Showcasing dance, acting and music performances, a runway fashion show and an exhibition of artwork, photography, film and digital design. The event brings together all the final major projects of our creative students before they complete their programme with us. Book your ticket
As well as the events taking place across the Harlow College campus, our Year 1 and Year 2 Photography, Graphics and Fashion students have a combined window and gallery exhibition at Gatehouse Arts, 5 East Gate, close to the market square. View timetable of events
Week 1, Tues 12 June - Fri 15 June 10am - 3pm
PHOTOGRAPHY • ART & DESIGN
An opportunity to see further work by year 2 UAL Extended Diploma in Photography students. Students have selected their favourite images from the year.
In the window, a small selection of work from Art & Design students including illustrations produced as part of an Arts Council funded illustrator exchange programme with the Baltic States.
Week 2, Tues 19 June - Fri 22 June 10am - 3pm
PHOTOGRAPHY • GRAPHICS • FASHION
An opportunity to see further work by year 1 UAL Extended Diploma in Photography students. Students have selected their favourite images from the year.
In the window, a small selection of work from Fashion and Graphics students including winning entries from the Wool 4 School competition.
GlassBox - Wed 20 June 4pm
Come along and see the fashion designers of the future. Year 2 fashion have been working on their Final Major Project and have chosen their own themes and what to make. Year 1 have been working on a live brief with Debenhams menswear and have produced designs in response to trend predictions. Other projects showcased include ‘Architectural Fashion’ and ‘Pink’. Entrance is free but we will be collecting donations for Cancer UK.
Tue 19 June 5.30 - 7.30pm
Year 1 UAL Diploma in Media Production and Technology (Journalism pathway)
Year 2 UAL Extended Diploma in Media Production and Technology (Journalism pathway)
The Harlow College School of Journalism is proud to present their work at the first annual Harlow Creates festival.
This term the UAL Year One students were given the theme CULTURE, while the UAL Year Two students were given the theme OPPORTUNITY. Students were required to produce a completely original and unique product using whatever medium they wished, including video, audio, print, digital, or social media.
Many of the students have been inspired to take advantage of the departments several Mac suites to create print and digital newspapers and magazines, books and brochures. Some students have opted for TV and radio, taking advantage of the departments green screen studio or the radio suite to produce short news programmes, chat shows, documentaries, and reality TV shows. The popularity of this subject area has inspired the department to launch a new course starting in September specialising in Factual TV Production.
Year 1, Tue 19 June 5.30 - 7.30pm
Year 1 UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production & Technology
Inspired by a trip to the Tate Modern and one year studying Level 3 Media Production and Technology the challenge for their Year 1 Final Major Project was to interpret “My England”. Choosing the platform that suits their own interests and technical skills students have chosen to interpret their concept in online magazines, short films, photo documentaries, and advertising posters. Some students have worked independently, while others taking a specific role in a team to really engage their audience. We welcome you to the viewing of “My England” portrayed in visuals, audio and narrative to showcase the success on the first year of their course and observation of their environment.
Level 4 BTEC Higher National Diploma in Gaming
The display is about the work gaming students have produced through different stages of games design and development. It showcases various pieces of work from research into gaming, games design ideas, gaming websites, graphics in the form of games display case covers, animation and playable levels of games. The work shows varying levels of creative ideas and shows a real passion for gaming.
It also highlights how important it is for the industry and in the UK to develop the various skills in design, coding and development of the games and how they can showcase these skills.
Fri 8 June 3 & 7pm
Our talented second year music students present their final gig before they leave us, many to go on to higher education music performance and production courses. Join us at the Playhouse Harlow for a celebration of music, hard work and friendship. Featuring four bands and a wide variety of different genres of music, this is an evening’s entertainment not to be missed. Bar on site, parking nearby in the Harvey Centre car park.
Building D - Wed 13 June 6 - 8pm
Thur 14 & Fri 15 June 10am - 4pm
Tue 19 5.30 - 7.30pm
PHOTOGRAPHY • ART & DESIGN • GRAPHIC DESIGN
An opportunity to see work from all our UAL programmes – Art and Design, Graphic design and Photography. Students have been working on their final major project and have written their own self -directed brief. Students have worked in a range of disciplines – print, painting, ceramics, illustration, graphic design and photography. They have produced a range of colourful and inventive final outcomes that are not to be missed! Work will also be on display by A Level Art students.
iHUB - Thur 21 June 5.30 - 7.30pm
If you weren’t lucky enough to see our Fashion Runway show, or simply can’t get enough of their amazing designs, then come along and be inspired by our fashion designers of the future as they stage their end of year exhibition. Among the themes are ‘Architectural Fashion’ and ‘Pink’. Also on display will be designs created in collaboration with Debenhams Menswear.
Year 2, Thur 21 June 5.30 - 7.30pm
Year 2 UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in
Creative media Production & Technology
Inspired by a trip to the Tate Modern and two years studying Level 3 Media Production and Technology the challenge for their Year 2 Final Major Project 2018 was to interpret “Originality”. Choosing the platform that suits their own interests and technical skills students have chosen to interpret their concept in online magazines, music videos, short films, documentaries and branding development. Some students have worked independently, while others taking a specific role in a team to really engage their audience. We welcome you to the viewing of “Originality” portrayed in visuals, audio and narrative to showcase the success on their course and observation of their environment.
Weds 6 & Thur 7 June 7pm
Our talented first year, second year and Level 2 students present an abridged production of this coming-of-age musical drama, interspersed with rock and pop songs, set in 1891 Germany. The musical handles sensitive issues including suicide and sexual awakening - themes that are relevant to today’s society - bringing them to the forefront for discussion.
Tue 12 June 3 & 7pm
Our first year students have been very busy this year on the new UAL syllabus which has allowed them more creative freedom than ever before. Come and see the results of all their hard work at a gig that combines an eclectic mix of original music and covers of well-known favourites. Managed from start to finish by the students themselves, this gig promises to be an event that will stay with you for years to come.