Discover a growing list of virtual degree shows on Lecture in Progress

Our sister platform Lecture in Progress is creating an easy-to-access home for links to UK virtual degree shows – and they need the help of 2020 graduates to complete it.

12 June 2020
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Those graduating from creative courses in 2020 are entering the industry at a time of unprecedented uncertainty. But while there are so many unknowns right now, what we do know is that this year’s class is absolutely bursting with creativity and talent – and it’s important everyone knows about it. That’s why, in the same week we launched our Graduates 2020 series, our sister platform Lecture in Progress has created a new listing of virtual degree shows.

We’ve watched over the past couple of months, as countless courses have taken to the web to whip up a range of digital degree shows. It’s clear that these virtual equivalents will never be a patch on a traditional physical show, and we know that many of you graduating this year have been arguing with your universities over what this means for you and your future prospects. However, while so many courses are pressing ahead with digital shows, we feel it’s important to make sure all of the fantastic work being displayed on these platforms is seen by the wider industry.

So, even though this won’t be your typical grad-show season, we would encourage you to submit your degree show to the Lecture in Progress listing by clicking here, adding in your details, including your university, the show’s name, and the related disciplines (you’ll just want to check no one else has added it already). Then, once we’ve reviewed it, your post should go live within 24 hours. Over the coming weeks, our colleagues at Lecture in Progress will be sharing some of the amazing shows and related information across their channels.

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To see the full degree show listings, visit Lecture in Progress.

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