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Crunch time for students at Free Range and more…

© Adam Hurst, Falmouth University

Graduating students across the UK are now putting together their final shows, including two weeks of photography shows from multiple universities at East London's Old Truman Brewery

It’s show time for a new batch of graduates, with photographers and artists around the UK showing off the last work they’ve completed as students. The BA Photography and BA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography shows have already taken place at the London College of Communication, for example with strong portfolios by Herman Rahman and Freya Clayton-Payne, among others; the University of Westminster’s MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism and MA Photography Arts students are showing their work at Ambika P3, London from 23-28 June, meanwhile, with new graduates including Cheryl Newman, former photography director of the Telegraph Magazine.

Free Range at London’s Old Truman Brewery, meanwhile, offers institutions based outside the UK’s capital (and some within it) the chance to show work in it, taking over the East London warehouses for two photography weeks – 22-25 June, and 29 June-2 July. Exhibitions are free and open from Friday-Monday both weeks, and institutions taking part include Falmouth University, Arts University of Bournemouth, and University of East London. Here BJP picks out our selection of the works that will go on show.

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© Oliwia Jankowska, University of Westminster

© Alex Jones, Arts University Bournemouth

© Jay Goodsell, University of East London

© Jake Hitchcock, Arts University Bournemouth

© Rhys Phillips, Hereford College of Arts

© Carrie Slack, University of Hertfordshire

© Sadie Catt, University of the West of England

© Jack Curtis Joyce, University of the West England

© Angela Harrington, Arts University Bournemouth

© Ross Davenport, University of the West of England

© Carl Wilson, University of East London