Master Pages Exhibition

Interior of the Museum room at the top floor of the FBAUP main building, where the Master Pages Exhibition is set to take place. Foto taken during the 2020 PDLP Conference Exhibition.
Interior of the Museum room at the top floor of the FBAUP main building, where the Master Pages Exhibition is set to take place. Foto taken during the 2020 PDLP Conference Exhibition.

The primary mission of the “Páginas Mestras” [Master Pages] exhibition is to promote the diversity and excellence of projects developed by students of the Master’s Degree in Graphic Design and Editorial Projects (MDGPE) during the curricular course of the two years of the master’s degree.

2024 will be the exhibition’s first (inaugural) edition, and it is set to take place from 2 to 9 October 2024 at the Museum Gallery on the top floor of the FBAUP main building. Join us during the exhibition opening: save the date: October 2, 17:00 GMT.

It has two focuses: to present the work developed by the students within the scope of the curricular units of the first year. And to show the research and development work carried out within the scope of the dissertation, project, or internship in a friendly and inviting format.

We will soon promote an internal call for submissions to collect our student’s work.

The main target is to collect and present the work in Graphic and Communication Design Projects, Typography and Font Design Studies, Illustration, Information Design, and Art Direction carried out individually or in groups during the first year. But also to collect and present the research and design results carried out individually during the second year in their more comprehensive range of application and social scientific and technological contributions.

Therefore, the exhibition is intended to result in a platform for presenting and communicating student projects with the rest of the academic community, but above all, celebrating the dedication, innovation, and rigor of our students’ results with the general public. By holding this exhibition regularly, we hope to have an inspiring vision of the trends and the future of graphic and editorial design that each generation of students will help build.

Together, we will transform this exhibition into a testament to the creativity and impact of design on our society.