The next generation of artists, musicians and designers will showcase the importance and relevance of the creative arts to the economy and society at Ulster University's upcoming end of year shows.
Providing a platform for emerging talent, the shows give final year students the chance to share their creative skills with industry leaders and the wider public as well as demonstrate the impact and value of the creative arts sector.
Ulster University is world renowned for its artistic talent, both from a research perspective and from notable graduates who include illustrator Rowel Friers, Turner Prize winning artist, Duncan Campbell and cinematographer Shane F Kelly, best known for his work on Oscar winning film Boyhood.
Edward Friel, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, said: "Ulster University produces high calibre graduates with the skills and experience necessary to carve out successful careers in the creative industries sector locally and internationally. Many of our alumni are leading the way in areas as diverse as business, education, journalism, fine art, film and television, music, digital media and photography.
"The end of year shows help this next generation of artists to put their innovative work in the spotlight and highlight their breadth of talent and knowledge. From arts and design exhibitions as well as music and drama performances, these shows will demonstrate the capability of our graduates and the impact they have on industry, society and beyond."
For further details on all of Ulster University's end of year shows visit: www.ulster.ac.uk/culture.