Arts & Business Northern Ireland Arts And Business

All non-UK applicants must meet our English language requirement, which is Academic IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no element below 5.5. Make sure you read our full guidance about English language requirements, which includes details of other qualifications we consider. We welcome applications from mature applicants with proven relevant professional experience. Ourworkshops and studiosare open to all disciplines – enabling students and staff to work together, share ideas and explore multi-disciplinary making.

  • Cole rose to internet stardom in 2015 when he became the #1 most-read writer on Quora, accumulating tens of millions of views on his viral articles about personal development.
  • In 2019, Janet was appointed to the newly-formed Board of Swansea based company, Lighthouse Theatre.
  • Every year the Faculty of Arts and Humanities runs a number of preview and interview day events; you probably attended one of these before you accepted your place at Plymouth.
  • The shared aims of artists and entrepreneurs suggest that not only can they happily co-exist in the cultural scene; they are increasingly supportive – even reliant – upon each other.
  • There may be instances when you will be required to submit work in a printed format.

These may include optional field trips, materials (e.g. art, design, engineering), security checks such as DBS, uniforms, specialist clothing or professional memberships. This Art Business course is delivered by Kingston School of Art, which has its roots in the studio-based approach of Britain’s art school system . To give you an indication of class sizes, this course normally enrols between 15 and 20 students. We can make alternative arrangements for international students based overseas. Preferably have either a degree qualification related to the subject material or a proven knowledge and interest in the subject demonstrated through, for example, work experience.

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Independent learning skills will be developed throughout the module, through directed reading and study visits. Adam joined Arts & Business NI in March 2020, with 6 years of experience in the Arts and Voluntary & Community sectors. While doing an undergraduate degree in Music in Trinity College Dublin, Adam worked in Events and Public Relations for Irish arts organisations. He continued his studies at Queen’s University Belfast, completing an MRes in Music Composition, focusing on genre fluidity and hybridised musical styles in composition and their suitability to arts organisations in the north and south of Ireland. He works with the Head of Arts to plan A&B NI’s Arts Membership programme, member communications and support, and the implementation of the investment programme.

Students benefit from frequent field trips to art business enterprises and partnership projects with industry. A&B NI’s arts remit covers the performing arts, literature, visual arts and crafts, museums, libraries, heritage and film. We facilitate creative partnerships between business and the arts through research, training and the promotion of culture. With 25 years of experience driving dynamic collaborations in Northern Ireland, we have extensive expertise in the interface between the arts and business. We invest in research to understand the value of collaboration between commerce and culture and we use that knowledge to identify and promote opportunities for outstanding collaboration. At the heart of our work is the belief that the arts have the power to transform and change lives on both an individual and corporate level.

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Over the last 18 months Creative Scene, an Arts Council England project, has been sowing the seeds with people and businesses in North Kirklees to create an ambition and aspiration that great art can happen in this area. The power of partnering with businesses large and small to achieve this has been evident. Discover Creative Scene’s top tips for working with local businesses on arts initiatives. Be it wallpaper or baby strollers, the Andy Warhol Foundation stay true to the pop art great’s entrepreneurial spirit; his iconic works now part of the contemporary visual lexicon. It’s in the world of fashion, though, where the Warhol signature aesthetic has been reproduced most—from the Campbell’s-produced Souper Dresses in the 1960s to the catwalk with Diane von Furstenberg; Calvin Klein to Levi’s.

Simone is Head of Arts at Cardiff & Vale Health Charity, managing the team and programme in order to improve the lives of patients’, staff, volunteers and the community. The dedicated team are passionate about continuing to develop the health board’s art offering. We have worked with small business owners such as cafe owners through to local shopping outlets such as Batley Outlet Mill. So far, as part of [email protected] programme in particular, artists have been hosted in two cafes, Aakash Restaurant, The Batley Bulldogs Rugby Club, Dewsbury Market, The Mill Outlet Centre, Batley and at Fox’s Biscuit factory.

You might not be conscious to its influence in business, but it is always there, irreversibly assimilated. In it, the cool kids of architecture celebrated the neon brashness and space-age wonder of the ever-evolving Las Vegas Strip, its unabashed mainlining of visual overload a fun-filled retort to the clean lines of modern architecture. To this day, brands looking to convey the magic of Vegas look to this brazen aesthetic. From Silicon Valley offices to Warhol’s posthumous dominance, business and art’s long relationship is stronger than ever… If your’re looking for support but aren’t sure where to start contact our Services for Business team.

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We also did an extremely useful module in art law – I’m practising stuff now that I learnt in my art and copyright law lectures . It was a really comprehensive introduction to the dynamics of the art world but also gave you an insight into the variety of jobs out there. When I applied for the Art Market and Appraisal MA at Kingston, I was working full time so approached my employer for sponsorship.

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With a cutting edge, experimental contemporary arts programme informed by the research at the University, The Arts Institute opens up a world of significant, high quality arts and culture right on your doorstep. Increasingly, business is exploring more creative avenues and art is searching for sustainability. It is even becoming usual for financial institutions to fund art projects and support artistic disciplines. Nicki has worked in a variety of roles at Admiral for the past 27 years and has managed the partnership between the business and A&B Cymru for seven wonderful years!