Wednesday, 2 May 2012

It's May and Our Thoughts Turn to the End of Year Exhibition

Exactly five weeks today our annual exhibition will open to the public. With that in mind a briefing was held last week with the graduating year 3 students. Obviously, we have a lot of work to do to to surpass last year's hugely impressive and memorable installation piece. However, armed with a few of these...
... a little vision and a mass of student creativity, we're well up for the challenge - bring it on! We promise try to keep you posted with all significant developments. 

You can also follow what's going on across all the Arts Faculty courses by visiting this special site, created by the University of Cumbria's truly, excellent and highly proactive web team (give us the £5 later).

The briefing was undertaken by our charismatic leader, Captain Simon Davies. Although the captain knows how to work a crowd, this year he was preceded by a warm up act, our very own half-man, half-computer Hugh Leoidsson (pictured below).

Hugh kept the large crowd entertained with a quality stand-up routine, including the odd self depreciating Mac joke such as:

What's the difference between a Mac User and a Terrorist?
A: You can negotiate with a terrorist. 

Actually, we're just pulling your leg. He conducted a first-rate master class on how to effectively harness the power of the web. We did tell you he was half-computer, didn't we? 


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