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Students collaborate in ‘cross-disciplinary’ Halloween project

UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 26 OCTOBER 2015
Halloween Haunted Maze

Amrit Thatti, second-year BA (Hons) Architecture student and Samuel Burn, graduate of Birmingham City University’s course in BA (Hons) Illustration have recently struck up a collaboration to help design the ‘Halloween Haunted Maze’.

The project is part of a Birmingham City University initiative to stimulate collaboration amongst staff and students and opens its doors to the university’s thrill-seekers on Saturday 31 October at its brand new state-of-the-art Curzon Building based in the City Centre Campus.

Entry to the maze riddled with numerous actors and ‘staged-scares’ is free of charge and also includes entry to the Student Union event ‘House of Horrors’. Kirin Sandhu, project coordinator said:

The project has provided various opportunities for collaboration and development throughout our students and staff alike. We are now looking for two more committed staff and numerous students to get involved for putting the maze together on a volunteer basis."

For enquiries on how to get involved, email sandhu.kirin@gmail.com and follow Birmingham School of Architecture and Design on Twitter for all the latest information and updates.

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