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DEGREE SHOWs l Sense of Space runs from 1 to 5 May and is an investigation into the nature of creativity and innovation in visual communication design by final-year students in the Department of Electronic Imaging and Media Communications. Venue: Gallery

DEGREE SHOWS:


Sense of Space runs from 1 to 5 May and is an investigation into the nature of creativity and innovation in visual communication design by final-year students in the Department of Electronic Imaging and Media Communications.


Venue: Gallery II, University of Bradford, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP.


Oberon Books Illustration Prize exhibition runs from 27 April until 3 May and showcases entries from the Communication Art & Design department.


Venue: Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7.


Details: www.rca.ac.uk.


EXHIBITIONS:


Babes in Sport runs from 29 April to 27 June and investigates the idea of women’s roles in sports.


Venue: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, G1 3NU.


 Details: www.annagulmann.dk.


I’m Sorry Dave, I’m Afraid I Can’t Do That, the Association of Photographers Bursary 2005 winning project by Simon Norfolk, is being shown from 3 to 12 May.


Venue: AOP Gallery, 81 Leonard Street, London EC2.


Details: www.the-aop.org.


EVENTS:


Illustration Evening for Design Week readers is on 4 May from 6pm to 9pm, hosted by the Central Illustration Agency. Tickets can be found inside this issue.


Venue: 63-65 Broadwick Street, London W1.


Details: www.centralillustration.com.


Glasgow International 2006 Festival of Contemporary Visual Art continues until 1 May.


Venue: Glasgow International, 125-129 High Street, Glasgow G1 1PH.


Details: www.glasgowinternational.org.

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