FAB Gallery, BDes Grad Show 2012
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FAB Gallery, BDes Grad Show 2012

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This panorama shows the portion of the Bachelor of Design 2012 graduation show in the upstairs part of the Fine Arts Building (FAB) Gallery. This show displayed the best work created by the graduating students during their four year degree. Students can specialize in Visual Communication Design (Graphic Design) or Industrial Design (Furniture and Product Design).

The Fine Arts Building (FAB) is located on the North Campus of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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A: FAB Gallery, BDes Grad Show 2012

di University of Alberta, 10 metri di distanza

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B: Painting Studio, HUB

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C: Abstract Wood Sculpture Studio, FAB

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D: Printmaking Studio, FAB

di University of Alberta, 70 metri di distanza

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E: Law Centre

di University of Alberta, 130 metri di distanza

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F: Bruce Peel Special Collections

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G: Rutherford & University Transit Station

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H: Bruce Peel Special Collections, Exhibit Room

di University of Alberta, 150 metri di distanza

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Bruce Peel Special Collections, Exhibit Room

I: H.T.Coutts Library

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J: Rutherford Library, Reading Room

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Text by Steve Smith.

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