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Sheffield Hallam University has unveiled three ‘talking’ bear sculptures – designed by Pete McKee, Morag Myerscough and Thoughts Make Things – as the Bears of Sheffield trail gets underway this week.
A dress designed by fashion design graduate, Olivia Creighton, has been worn by international music star Ellie Goulding at the Cartier Queen's Cup Final.
A local illustrator has created a set of murals that celebrate Sheffield’s wildlife and green spaces in the heart of the City Campus.
Students are putting on a show that celebrates the joy of being creative and the thrill of working together, after a year of lockdown learning.
Students will have the chance to showcase their work in front of an international audience and panel of 60 pioneers in art, design, and technology at the Biodesign Challenge Summit 2021.
Event and festival management students have played a key role in organising a musical theatre drive in event raising funds for a local youth housing charity.
Giving a voice to Sheffield’s Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee communities is the aim of a documentary project supported by recent graduates.
Lost Dylan Thomas notebook brought to life
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