All Eyes On You | Manchester School of Art Degree Show 2021

Welcome to All Eyes On You, Manchester School of Art’s end of year digital showcase celebrating the work of our Class of 2021.

Our special launch event begins at 6pm on the 17th June with Es Devlin, Yinka Ilori and Miranda Sawyer.

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All Eyes On…

Daniel Hope Photography

Millie Carmel Jobson Graphic Design

Caitlin Macintyre Filmmaking

Louise Stirrup Art History and Curating

Alex Argyros-Amerikanos Fine Art

Jessica Lee Illustration with Animation

Ella Bartram Textiles in Practice

Emma Currell Photography

Rachel Lee Graphic Design

Kulsum Karolia Graphic Design

India Parsons Fine Art and Curating

Kathryn Baker Interior Design

Charlie Pettican Interior Design

Alice Seed Fine Art

Mollie Jones Animation

Dylan Woodall Illustration with Animation

Sophie Smorczewski Fine Art

Yasmeen Kinley-Siddiq Three Dimensional Design

Alexey Golenkov Filmmaking

Callum Allman Fine Art

Billy Varden Animation

Lydia Beattie Textiles in Practice

Alina Akbar Filmmaking

Cynan-Juniper Orton Fine Art

Kaplan Kurtaran Illustration with Animation

Daniel Eckhoff Interior Design

Charlotte Clegg Textiles in Practice

Edi Kinlocke Interior Design

Anastazja Olczyk Illustration with Animation

Hannah Bartram Photography

Natasha Parekh Photography

Emily Topping Textiles in Practice

Mollie Field Fine Art

Phaedra Dickson Textiles in Practice

Rhianna Steadman Interior Design

Ann-Marie Perez Illustration with Animation

Reyna Maningding Interior Design

Yasmin Pheasant Textiles in Practice

Eilis Dart Illustration with Animation

Rebecca Lily Thomas-Mccann Photography

Ewan Jones Filmmaking

Eva Karkut-Law Fine Art and Curating

Hannah Sullivan Fine Art

Lauren Kay Interior Design

Nick Landon Three Dimensional Design

Eddie Black Illustration with Animation

Imogen Alexander Fine Art

Zoe Porter Fine Art

Millie Boucher Illustration with Animation

Nathan Mahawi Three Dimensional Design

Jedd Macrae Animation

Faye Alsultan Interior Design

Zhong-Cheng (Kingsley) Lai Interior Design

Connor Ratcliffe Filmmaking

Joe Pilkington Filmmaking

Hannah Sallows Textiles in Practice

Carly Smith Illustration with Animation

R Rhind Illustration with Animation

Chloe Latham Three Dimensional Design

Clara Glyn Fine Art

Ashleigh Blades Illustration with Animation

Finlay Sandiford Illustration with Animation

James Alex Cowan Photography

Caitlin Berry Fine Art and Curating

Emma Kay Smith Illustration with Animation

Weronika Trella Fine Art

Saoirse Campbell-Mcalinden Fine Art

Natalie Lowe Interior Design

Penny Collier Illustration with Animation

Zoe Steele Fine Art

Helena Holden Fine Art and Art History

Kitty Handley Filmmaking

Lily Kroese Illustration with Animation

Corrinne Roberts Interior Design

Joe Albin-Clark Graphic Design

Megan Sparkes Fine Art

Lizzie Atthews Textiles in Practice

Ellie Samson Textiles in Practice

Oliwia Serwilska Interior Design

About the End of Year Show

Despite the unprecedented circumstances, our graduating students have produced some remarkable pieces which you can explore throughout this site. Please take some time to enjoy this huge range of work.

Once it’s safe to do so, the School of Art will be hosting a series of physical shows for you to appreciate the work in person. For now, please enjoy our digital galleries and the fantastic achievements of our Class of 2021.

Each year, a different Manchester School of Art alumni is invited to design the visual identity for that year’s show. Our 2021 branding has been created by design studio Rice and Gold, made up of 2008 Design and Art Direction (now BA (Hons) Graphic Design) graduates Jonny Wan and Muiz Anwar, who have over 20 years of combined industry experience working with clients including Apple, British Airways, Nike, The Guardian and more.

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About Manchester School of Art

Manchester School of Art at Manchester Metropolitan University began life as a design school in 1838 – one whose aim was to support the textiles trade for which Victorian Manchester had become famous and where ideas, innovation and industry were inextricably linked.

Design may have been the School’s initial focus, but its remit soon expanded far beyond design – and it adopted the ethos of “many arts, many skills”. Almost 180 years later, that original idea holds true, the School of Art has grown into one of the largest art schools in the UK. We are also home to Manchester School of Architecture, rated as one of the world’s top ten (QS World Rankings 2019), and Manchester School of Theatre.

The School offers an extensive range of original and modern spaces and in 2013 the Benzie Building was opened, providing state of the art workshops, hybrid studio spaces and gallery spaces to support students studying subjects as diverse as fine art, animation, fashion, film, textiles and photography.

The School of Art is part of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at Manchester Metropolitan University, which is also home to Manchester Fashion Institute and in 2021, the School of Digital Arts.

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