Game Art Degree Students Showcase Artistic Talents

News • April 22, 2020


rom Japanese inspired game art to medieval dark age work, the artistic talents of students from our University Centre St Helens’ BA (Hons) Game Art degree were showcased at our degree’s end of year show.

Around 50 staff, students, parents and industry professionals attended the annual event which showcased game art show reels for a diverse selection of work produced by the students throughout their final year of study, showing the breadth of talent and skills developed on the course.

Dean Betton, BA (Hons) Game Art Programme Leader at University Centre St Helens said: “The work by our final year students is once again outstanding. They have worked hard on their projects and have been professional and innovative throughout their course of study. This year students are progressing into employment within the games development industry as well as further study.

The BA (Hons) Game Art degree at University Centre St Helens has been developed and designed by computer games experts. It offers students access to state-of-the-art equipment and is taught by lecturers with a wealth of experience. The degree gives specialist training for students to become professional 3D games artists, along with theoretical and core skills equipped to fit into a modern creative games studio.

Article sourced from University Centre St Helens. Game Art degree Students showcase artistic talents. (n.d.)

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