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HISA Art and Design Society (HADS)

Welcome to HADS...

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HADS first event...

The HISA Art and Design Society is holding its first get together!! Drink and Draw

Everyone is welcome to join HADS Drink & Draw evening

Date: Monday, December 4th

Time: 7PM

Location: Upstairs, The Granary (Elgin)

Cost: Members - free, Non-Members - £1.00

If you’re interested in joining HADS and would like to be kept up to date with the society’s activities, please contact hisa@uhi.ac.uk

What is HADS? 

HADS is a new regional society for students from right across the University of the Highlands and Islands who are interested in art, design and creative industries. 

We want to create a hub where students can collaborate and socialise, have discussions, hold events and share creative ideas. 

We plan to have one annual event, where everyone gathers to socialise. We also hope to attract visiting artists to share their experience with us, through talks or workshops.

Our events would be open to anyone wishing to travel to the hosting campus and would also be recorded and made available to all, via VC and blackboard.

Most of all we want to create a vibrant arts community within and around UHI.

We're seeking student officers and active members from every campus, so be sure to get in touch if you are interested.

Stay up to date by LIKING our HADS Facebook Page.

(Pictured: art and design students at Shetland College UHI)

Join HADS !!!

Based at Moray College, HADS is always looking for new members from right across UHI.

Whatever you're interested in: fine arts, textiles, photography, screen printing, sculpture, mixed media, animation...

HADS would love to hear from you!

Joining HADS is easy - simply fill in a Registration Form and email it to  

Membership is £5.00 and is open to both current students and alumni.

Questions? Contact Student Activities Coordinator Emma Robson