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Discover how the College of Arts can support your research career and the wider impact of our research on the Arts and Humanities industry. The College of Arts is committed to sustaining a positive and nurturing research culture. This is reflected in our strong REF Results with two-thirds of environment and impact being recognised as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’. Evans’ application was focused on Sermon on the Mount, a piece he constructed over a year with his Philadelphia-based dance incubator, waheedworks. Through dance, it explores the intersection of queer, spiritual and welcoming spaces.

  • Cordwainers College of London College of Fashion was awarded the prize for its continued excellence in shoe and accessory design, development and teaching practice in 2008.
  • This work, expected to begin in January, will inform the script and overall production, resulting in a film that identifies and challenges all manner of power differentials and aims to reduce the effect of the bystander phenomenon.
  • AUArts is hosting its first Community Day to showcase the new faces of art, craft and design.
  • The London Institute originally chose not to apply because its individual colleges were internationally recognised in their own right.
  • When Evans left Philadanco in 2014 and began teaching at UArts, he was dealing with arthritis in his hips that required surgery.

The London Institute originally chose not to apply because its individual colleges were internationally recognised in their own right. In 2003, the London Institute received Privy Council approval for university status; it was renamed University of the Arts London in 2004. UCA Farnham is our biggest campus and home to an impressive range of creative undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. The Faculty of Arts provides a stimulating and welcoming community where you can enjoy a high quality educational experience.

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The casting is also experimental, decided by a game of rock-paper-scissors played in front of the audience. The works in Revising History only reach completion when Greenburg is able to exactly mimic the photographic angles, lighting, depth, density and range of view as the original source material, requiring large-format camera lenses and a large studio space. Rebecca Gilbert MFA ’02 will dive deep into the world of wood engraving through a trip to England, exploring the history, techniques, equipment and evolution of printmaking practice. Anchored on the vibrant Avenue of the Arts, our campus is located in the cultural district of Center City—the heart of downtown Philadelphia. The scholarship runs parallel with the online Quest for Craft series, which represents The Balvenie and Questlove’s commitment to expanding and showcasing the convergence of craft in creativity.

The partnership was launched in late 2020 and intends to unpack the uniquely human elements that elevate the great to the exceptional. In 2011, Lewis created Molecular Systematic Music, a twofold approach to music that braids the fundamentals of music theory with the ideas of molecular biology through the context of DNA. While Lewis is not a molecular biologist, the ideas he expresses deploy the vocabulary of molecular biology as useful metaphors while exploring new possibilities and relationships across disciplines.

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In 2007, OCAD was given limited authority to confer graduate degrees and accepted its first cohort of graduate students the next year. OH -kad), is a public university of art and design located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The main campus is adjacent to the Art Gallery of Ontario, within the Grange Park neighbourhood. The school is Canada’s largest and oldest educational institution for art and design. OCAD U offers courses through the Faculties of Art, Design, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and alternative programs. The enabling legislation is the Ontario College of Art and Design University Act, 2002 (previously the Ontario College of Art & Design Act).

The Faculty has a tremendous range of facilities to support your learning including a theatre, museum, recital hall, galleries, libraries, Manuscripts and Special Collections, and digital resources with the latest graphics equipment and software. Find out more about the College of Arts study abroad, exchange and summer school opportunities. UofG students Ally and Nicholas met Arts alumni to find out what surprising places a Glasgow degree has taken them. Dame Carol Ann Duffy is the first woman to hold the post of Poet Laureate in its nearly 350-year history, and was appointed in 2009 for a ten-year fixed term.