For Cat and Eimear McClay, graduating at the beginning of the pandemic was stressful. In reaction to the sudden restriction of their material-based practice, they decided to build the video-installation work planned for the physical degree show using 3D-modelling software.


Anna Robbins graduated with a first class honours degree in Performance Costume at ECA. Anna is a successful costume designer and has worked on numerous prestigious productions, including Downton Abbey, The Father, The Last Letter From Your Lover, Sunshine On Leith, The Bletchley Circle and Cuckoo.


After transferring from the MA Architecture programme, Joe found an interest and excitement for product design and a specific interest in the conceptual areas of design that cross over with other disciplines like synthetic biology and computer science.

Monthly talks on research-related career issues for academics and postgraduate students.

This seminar series presents the work of six leading artists, researchers and authors who engage with landscapes that are characterised by their diverse relationships to waste materials and waste infrastructure.

For Marco, enrolling on the Sound Design - MScR programme seemed the perfect opportunity to expand and refine his sound design skills. The part-time study option allowed Marco the flexibility to work in the industry alongside his research.

After working within the cultural heritage sector for several years Simona returned to education with the intent of giving direction to her combined interests in the study of book material culture and musicological studies.

As an aspiring curator, Diego was drawn to ECA because of the community environment of the School. History of Art being a part of the art college provided Diego with opportunities to meet and work with artists.

Lucy chose to study Performance Costume at ECA because the programme, unlike the majority of UK performance costume courses, offers tuition in both making and design.