CSAD Graduate

Students & Graduates

​​​After graduation many of our students go on to develop careers within the arts sector, demonstrating the amazing scope of possibilities open to those with an arts education background. From curating, managing galleries, education and art therapy, to arts administration and practicing as artists and designers. 

We continue to support our graduates with access to resources such as the library, and facilities such as kilns and the foundry. Visit our Research and Enterprise web pages​ for full details of the range of ways in which we continue to champion our alumni.​

From Bachelors to Masters

Many of our undergraduates choose to continue their formal education by studying at postgraduate level in CSAD, working towards a Masters, Doctorate or PhD level qualification. Read more about this process from the students point of view on the ‘From Bachelors to Masters‘ web page.​

CSAD Magazine interviews​

The CSAD Magazine has interviews with a range of Alumni who have gone on to forge careers in many areas of the arts:

Fine Art: 

Read an interview with Arthur Lanyon (BA Fine Art 2005-2008), talking about his place in a painting dynasty as well as his new work.


Read an interview with BA Ceramics graduate Fleen Doran, talking about salt glazing and her current practice. Read an interview with Alex McCarthy, a BA Ceramics graduate. Read an interview with BA/MA Ceramics graduate and current PhD student Sarah Younan.

Graphic Communication: 

Read an interview with BA Graphic Communication graduate Sean Rees, discussing his branding work.

Architectural Design & Technology: 

Read an interview with BSc Architectural Design and Technology graduate Seya Tansill (2007-2011).


Read an interview with BA Illustration graduate Lauren Nicholas, discussing her work on the elderly. Read an interview with BA Illustration graduate Ed Fairburn, discussing freelance working and the romance of maps.

Product Design: 

Read an interview with BA Product Design / MSc Advanced Product Design graduate Stuart Clarke, discussing how he combines research and practice in industry. Read an interview with Ian Culverhouse (PhD Product Design 2007-2012) explaining why design can make lives better.​


Click here to read an interview with BA Textiles graduate Charlotte Duffy, discussing life as a freelance designer.

Alumni & Friends

Click here to visit the Cardiff Metropolitan University ‘Alumni & Friends’ website.​