Student projects

Discover what our students have been involved in

Making Media that Matters

All our final year students negotiate and realise a creative collaboration beyond the course. Each student is able to tailor their project to their individual ambitions and most find the experience invaluable for their future career.

Through these collaborations, our students have made a real difference to many businesses, charities, community groups and individuals. 

Collaborators included:  Dartmoor app, the University's career service, the Light Society, Brighter Smiles, Beauty at no8 salon and Moretonhampstead community, Awenek Studio, Devon Super Team, Combat Studio Martial Arts SKOF clothing, What Works for Children’s Social Care, Jamie Webb photography, Dance Company, Action Prevent Suicide, Twisted tearoom, Plymouth Argyle Community, Action Prevent Suicide, Tom Rosenthal, Chloe’s Garments, Tom Ramli Davis and Residents of Wuhan.

Long Last Community

Experience an online exhibition by 2nd year creative media students

A group of students have created pieces in response to the history of Plymouth's Central Park, and how it has changed throughout the years. Working collaboratively with Fotonow, Ocean Studios, Friends of Central Park Plymouth and members of the public they have produced a range of multimedia artwork, from moving image to photographs and illustrations.

Each piece captures different aspects of the park’s past, present and represents historic memories of the people who have been, used and remember the changing landscape of Central Park. 

Find out more about the exhibition on the UPSU website

The Zoo by Rachel Singleton

The Zoo by Rachel Singleton

Mark Pearson

"This work is from the Gaza Strip after Operation Cast Lead in 2009. I was taking photographs during that time so I drew upon these images to create an installation."

Art, Design and Architecture Graduate Show