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SCA Degree Show 2017

Each year, the School of Creative Arts at Wrexham Glyndwr University comes to life with a host of films, performances and artistic installations at its Graduation Show.

The annual show opened on Tuesday 30 May this year and featured graduate artists, designers, makers and performers presenting their professional works for public display for the first time.

A broad wealth of creativity, skills and expertise will be on show from courses ranging from Animation and Graphic Design, to Film, Photography and Fine Art. 

The show formed part of a host of activities that took place across the School of Creative Arts as students prepared for the end of their studies.

Television, Theatre and Performance students were also at the forefront of activities as their academic year draws to a close, performing an adaption of Complicitie’s The Street of Crocodiles as part of Focus Wales music festival.

Take a look at some of our 2017 graduate's work in the galleries below.


“There has been much talk and concrete action of late, to develop the notion of the 21st century art school and to consider its relationship with the world.

“I still firmly believe that creativity does not simply mirror the world – it actually plays a fundamentally crucial role in shaping and creating our world and showing us the right path.

“I am reminded of this on a daily basis here in my job at Wrexham Glyndwr and I am confident our graduates will play their roles to the full in the development of the creative industries within the region and beyond.” Alec Shepley, Head of the School of Creative Arts.


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