kingston graphic show
We're fundraising in order to put on our exciting graphic design graduate show.
The show will run over 4 days from the 15th-18th of June at Unit 8, located in Peckham's Copeland Park, hosting our work and a range of design-related events and workshops.
The events will include alumni, students and industry professionals encouraging designers, students and the general public alike to visit or revisit the exhibition as well as partake in one off events such as bookbinding or talks on design thinking.
class of 2017
We're a bunch of 66 enthusiastic Graphic Design students. After three hard years of fundraising, we're about halfway towards our final goal, and we really need your help to reach it! The whole show is entirely funded by us; the students, and we really need a last push to make it all happen.
As new graduates, it's important for us to both finish our incredible university experience with a bang, and also make noise for ourselves as we step out into the industry.
Where will the money go?
Currently, we have half of our budget raised. The money that we're looking to fund on KUBacker will support two important elements of our show, the hire of a great venue and our Show Publication.
The fantastic venue we have secured in Peckham, enables our work to be shown in the best way, as well as allowing us enough space to hold further events and workshops.
The Show Publication will consist of a plastic wallet containing a poster with all of our contact information, and a piece of work from each student. Visitors will then be able to collect a range of different studio culture zines, as well as a book of essays from tutors, students and industry professionals. The concept for our publication was based around showcasing what makes our course unique, as well as demonstrating areas that aren't normally publicised.Rewards
We have some fab rewards to thank everyone who donates, whatever the amount you can give!
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