Manchester School of Art MA Show 2021

Showcasing the work of Manchester School of Art's postgraduate students in art, design, media and performance.

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Visiting the MA Show

Open to the public.

Friday 1 October — Sunday 10 October 2021

Work will be exhibited in the Grosvenor, Chatham and Benzie Buildings on the Manchester Metropolitan University All Saints Campus.

Monday – Friday
10am – 6pm

Saturday & Sunday
10am – 4pm

Private View
Thursday 30 September 2021 at 6pm

All visitors to the MA Show are asked to take a lateral flow test before travelling and only attend campus if they test negative. We also strongly recommend wearing a face covering when entering any of our buildings, especially in crowded areas.

Jean White MA Design: Craft

Lyubitsa Berova MA/MSc Textiles

V_Visual/ Viviana Di Miceli MFA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Leyao Xia MFA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Ethan Proverbs MA Filmmaking

Camilo Rivera Ribadeneira MA Photography

Naomi Walsh MA Design Innovation

Lina Yan MA Photography

Jongmin Shin MA Interior Design

Jenna Kay MA/MSc Craft

Thu Tra Trieu MA Interior Design

Calum Daniel Heywood MA Photography

Ella Jo Skinner MA Fine Art

Rachael Hardacre MA Design: Textile Practice

Katie Evans MA Painting

Samuel Beagley MA Contemporary Performance

Frederick Hazael MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Joshua Wright MA Animation

Mila Cartwright MA Illustration

Holly Eliza Temple MA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Dan Parks MA Photography

Usman Ashraf MFA Filmmaking

Christopher Goggs MA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Rosie Burke MA Design: Illustration

Yifang Zhang MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Samuel Francis Shute MA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Callum Langfield MFA Product Design

Ceylin Cakar MA/MSc Textiles

Kirsty Appleton MA Contemporary Curating

Ivy Kalungi MA Fine Art

Han Trim MA Fine Art

Yunzhen Hu MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Cheryn Paige McDonald-Watson MA Interior Design

Dan Jackson MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Nima Ebadi MA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Ellie Prime MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Ellie Merrell MA Fine Art

Anastasia Kimber MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Louis Bever MA Photography

Daniel Vojtek MA Fine Art

Giedre Balcytyte MA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Jackie Chantler MFA Painting

Alexandra Christou MA Illustration

Megan Turner MA Filmmaking

Georgie Lever MA Interior Design

Merike Van De Vijver MA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Nia Williams MA Design: Graphic Design and Art Direction

Cherisse Appleby MA Design: Craft

Matthew Karl Thomas MA Painting

Isabelle Pennington-Edmead MA Design: Textiles for Fashion

Charlie Ball MA Photography

Jack Bowdler MA Animation

Jasmehar Bhatia MA/MSc Design: Product and Furniture

Chaojun Jones MA Painting

Sophie Ann Michiko Ogden MA Animation

Ruby Beard MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Shannon Tran MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

Walaa Ahmed Q Hemaidah MA Interior Design

Chun-Mei Wang MA Photography

Will Salter MA Filmmaking

Jennifer Morgan MA Illustration

Merili Pugh MA by Research

Ryan Smith MA/MSc Design: Product and Furniture

Mary Burke MA Design: Illustration

David Walters MA Photography

Michael Swarbrick MA Photography

Joshua Max Gibson-Lennon MA/MSc Product Design

Molly Richards MA Photography

Tam Hinton MA Animation

Rachel Wharton MFA Painting

Danny Satchell MA Fine Art

Rachael Abbott MA Design: Illustration

William Gardner MA Illustration

Archana Chaudhary MFA Fine Art

Robyn Downing MA Illustration

Ella Bean MA Design: Illustration

Ruairi Paxman MA Fine Art

Saima Rasheed MA Fine Art

Tim McConville MA Photography

Esther Barber MA Graphic Design and Art Direction

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.