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Degree shows guide 2013

Launching 1 May, Degree shows guide 2013 will provide a unique snapshot of the UK's art and design degree shows. The easy to read flip-book will be distributed to a network of artists, curators and collectors, critics, galleries, arts organisations and niche communities, as well as students and the higher education sector. Squarely aimed at art professionals and buyers across the UK and focused on encouraging visits, the guide will highlight the UK’s most innovative fine and applied arts courses, present new talent and help collectors find something they love at an affordable price.

Make the most of the publication as a student

Now that the deadline for booking a place in the guide has passed, here are some pointers on how to make the most of a-n and the guide in promoting your degree show activity:

  • Place a degree show listing on Degrees unedited here »
  • Host the flipbook on your own website, blog or uni site – we’re trying to get the publication seen by as wide an audience as possible and getting embedded links to the flipbook far and wide really helps!
  • Be part of our social media activity around degree shows - use #degreeshows hash tag on Twitter and share a link to your Facebook event page or institution’s page at facebook.com/degreesunedited »

Signpost

In June we are also launching our new publication entitle Signpost, designed to provide as much guidance as possible in stepping out as an artist beyond graduation. Find out more »

First published: a-n.co.uk December 2010; updated February 2013

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