Final Call for BA (hons) Art & Design (Interdisciplinary) applicants

IMAGE: Adam Cluley - current 3rd year, 'The Man who has Toothache'

Final Call for BA (hons) Art & Design (Interdisciplinary) applicants!

We are going through the final stages of portfolio reviews and selection of applicants for next year. We’ve had some really fantastic candidates, and its been inspiring to witness the different ideas, aspirations and experiences of all these future art and design students.

We are still in the process of making offers for the last handful of places, so this is a last call out to any aspiring creative people who want to build their future with us on BA (hons) Art & Design (Interdisciplinary), from September 2012.

Come and find us, BA (hons) Art & Design Interdisciplinary:
-          last open day of the year: Wednesday 20 June, 10.30am and 1.30pm
-          REVEALED’ Degree show: 16th – 21st June

How to apply
UCAS code WW12
Visit Leeds College of Arts’ how to apply section. 
Applications made now through UCAS will be forwarded to the college, until 30th June

Further info:

Course details on Leeds College of Art website:

Making Waves - Holy Trinity


If Push Comes to Shove

If Push Comes To Shove

Sunday 24 June 2012
Food from 12pm, films from 12.30pm

Hyde Park Picture House
Brudenell Road, Leeds, LS6 1JD

Homemade food (veg/vegan) for small donation
Entry: £5/4

At the invitation of Olsen, Mud Office have programmed an afternoon of films and television broadcasts accompanied by food, drink and live music. The screening will combine Mud Office's recent series of video broadcasts with fragments of nature documentaries and films including Joseph Cornell's BY NIGHT WITH TORCH AND SPEAR, and Fischli and Weiss' THE RIGHT WAY.

Formed in 2005, Mud Office is a collaboration between artists Dan Robinson (Leeds), and Charlie Jeffery (Paris). The way they work and the things they produce, result from the specific contexts they are invited to work in and the resources that can be found there. Their previous work has involved forming a band, establishing a temporary cafeteria, manufacturing furniture, making architectural interventions and turning a hunt cabin into a broadcast studio.