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Architecture students EXIT with PEEP SHOW
The annual end of year show by students from the University of Kent's School of Architecture (KSA) will launch on 15 June.
Subtitled PEEP SHOW, EXIT 12 will run until 22 June in the Giles Lane Annex on the University's Canterbury campus (10am-4pm everyday). It is free and open to all.
Showcasing work from a range of under- and post-graduate/PhD architecture and interior design students, the show will contain design project work including architectural design proposals, visualisations, models and other interdisciplinary work, which communicate the identity of the school.
Other highlights include first year life drawing, second year computer modelling and PhD work.
Recent KSA end of year shows have attracted large numbers of visitors. The 2011 show in particular, with its theme of regeneration in Kent, was considered a success by visitors and participants alike.
The programmes represented by EXIT:12 are: Master of Architecture (RIBA Pt 2), BA (Hons) Architecture (RIBA Pt 1); BA (Hons) Interior Architecture; BA (Hons) Interior Design; MA Architectural Visualisation; and MA Architecture & Cities.
Howard Griffin, Programme Director of the MA Architectural Visualisation, said: 'The Kent School of Architecture has a national reputation for its academic standards, excellent teaching and expanding research profile. As we know from our previous end-of-year shows, EXIT:12 PEEP SHOW is both a welcome and an ideal opportunity for everyone to see and experience this first hand through the work produced by students across our range of degree programmes.
'The show is also an excellent opportunity for prospective students - or anyone with an interest in architecture - to meet our staff and current students.'
Kent School of Architecture was founded in 2004. Based at the University's Canterbury campus, it offers programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. The School's programmes are validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the awards are prescribed by the Architects' Registration Board (ARB), allowing all students to work towards full accreditation as a professional architect.
The School has excellent links with schools of architecture in Lille, Bruges, Amsterdam and Dusseldorf and can facilitate exchange opportunities. It is also committed to architecture in the region and the unique opportunity presented by regeneration activities in Kent have allowed it to become a focus for experimentation and conjecture, building strong links with regional business, local communities and built environment professionals.
Story published at 12:50pm 30 May 2012
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