Month: June 2022

Policy Press

The UK’s arts, cultural and heritage institutions provide creative opportunities, jobs and valuable income for our communities; they also have the power to transform people’s lives, engage marginalised individuals and drive social change. Alongside the bespoke investment, investees can also benefit from additional support around better measuring and articulating their social impact. By focusing on both artistic and social outcomes, we want to promote the wider positive impact art has on society and support more organisations to benefit individuals and communities through their work.

This is the first investment by SYMCA in the creative and cultural sector in South Yorkshire. Media and Communication has been also ranked first in the Complete University Guide and Sunday Times Good University Guide in recent years. Music As one of the largest music departments in the country, we offer extensive performing opportunities for students. Every year Sheffield is home to more festivals than you … Read More

Electric vehicle trends

Having developed these nuanced Customer Portraits, OEMs and other stakeholders can drill down into the observations to draw conclusions about who is likely to buy what. This will highlight segments to prioritise and where marketing and proposition development budgets can be deployed most effectively. In the past year, purpose has continued rising to the top of the corporate agenda, with an increasing number of companies seeking to differentiate themselves by acting as a force for positive change.

This lighting trend opens up completely new horizons in the design and performance of headlights. Coupled with data from circa 450,000 trade car listings every day, as well as additional retailer forecourts and website data , ensuring the Index is an accurate reflection of the live retail market. The combustion engine, which was for decades at the heart of the German automobile industry in particular, will become obsolete. Traditional manufacturers and suppliers will … Read More

Love Music, Hate Racism

Music is an obsession at the heart of human nature, even more fundamental to our species than language. In This Is Your Brain on Music Levitin offers nothing less than a new way to understand it and its role in human life. Love Music is our monthly music sessions running on the third Tuesday of the month from 2pm-3.15pm thanks to funding from Arts Council England, Bromsgrove District Council, Bromsgrove Lions and Baron Davenport Charity. All songs are written specifically for children aged 4-8 with helpful musical extension ideas. Have you heard about proposed copyright changes and how they might affect the internet and the music industry in the years to come?

Love Music Hate Racism has gone through somewhat of a revival in recent years. To address the spread of racist hate and far-right content on social media, LMHR collaborated with leading record labels in 2017 and 2019 on … Read More

Performing Arts and Music

You will undertake practical workshop sessions engaging in simulated ‘real’ tasks and then be provided with an opportunity to evaluate them weekly. 1-to-1 sessions run throughout the academic year with an instrumental tutor for one hour per week . The focus is on the development of your musical voice in appropriate repertoire both independently and in a group context within which you may be required to take a leadership role. This continues your anatoliabrookline.com specialist 1-to-1 sessions with an instrumental tutor for one hour per week over the academic year , tailoring specific learning to your own needs. You will engage in a practice routine in which you will develop stylistic awareness, creativity, and technique, in order to realise and clearly express musical ideas. Top-ups BA – Our top-up degree programme has been designed for students who have successfully completed an HND or Foundation degree.

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BA Hons Liberal Arts Business & Management

For undergraduate degrees, universities can ask for A Level grades or UCAS points. They may also need you to have experience within the field of study, to supply a portfolio or to complete a foundation year of study. Birmingham City University is a vibrant and multicultural university in the heart of a modern and diverse city. We welcome many international students every year – there are currently students from more than 80 countries among our student community. The course aims to provide direct access to cultural organisations and businesses in the city and West Midlands.

  • The modules will enhance your business practice skills, and through the research element of the programme, you’ll develop your critical analysis skills as well as detailed knowledge within a chosen specialist area.
  • There is a wide range of facilities at Kingston School of Art, where this course is based.
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Find Your Local Music Centre

On the western slope of the Malvern Hills you will find theWest Malvern Social Club, a non-profit venue that specialises in music, arts and other events. Typically home to a dizzying array of different genres including but not limited to electronic, classic, rock and jazz. We broadcast online and on 106.3FM to the Barrow and Furness communities plus on 107.3 to Ulverston and surrounding area. We co-ordinate activity to support sector development, including training, networking and facilitation of nation-wide initiatives, all underpinned by the aspiration to make regional music communities more inclusive. We are passionate about transforming lives in our community through music, arts and heritage and are building an exciting future for your Guildhall. The aim of the project is to develop the music skills of a team of Early Years practitioners ‘Music Champions’ in order to enrich music in their nursery settings for children aged 0-4, with a … Read More

Arts and Business Northern Ireland Breakfast Event

Whether it’s emerging talent or big-name artists such as Shantell Martin, Felipe Pantone, or Barry McGee, Facebook’s Menlo Park headquarters could double as an art gallery straight out of any of the world’s most important creative capitals. (One street artist even lucked out to the tune of $200 million having accepted shares in the fledgling social network over a cash payment.) And it’s about more than just style. Bachelor degrees from Somalia are not considered for direct entry to our postgraduate taught programmes. Holders of Bachelor degrees from Somali National University can be considered for our Pre-Masters programmes on a case by case basis.

The faculty is made up of an eclectic mix of leading academics and researchers from CCLS and the IAL, and respected industry practitioners, some of who are featured here. You will also have voluntary access to an excellent series of lectures inCritical Thinking and Writing in … Read More

Arts & Business NI with 30 years experience in driv ..

Kingston School of Art has a well-established and internationally renowned research culture that encourages and supports high-quality, innovative research through practice, history and theory. This rich spectrum encompasses the critical practices of fine artists, curators and cultural commentators and historians, alongside that of designers, film makers and architects, all of whom have extensive professional, industrial and commercial links. This module is designed to break down the barriers between art and commerce; blending these dual imperatives so as to fulfil and sustain personal passions and the aesthetic, while building sustainable revenue streams and investment. This module considers the elements of commercialising art in its broadest sense; and building and managing an arts-based business within current local and global environments. The module will react to current opportunities and challenges affecting the broader economy and the art market in particular with a special emphasis on technology and innovation, sustainability and governance. It also … Read More

A Cultural Centre For Jazz

He shed his musical skin more often than a snake, and so it is a difficult decision which of his many styles and periods to go for — but in the end it has to be the biggest selling jazz record of all time, Kind of Blue, and one of its signature tracks. In the 1940s, the swing era gave way to what was then known as “modern jazz” – the so-called bebop innovations of Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. Their faster, higher, more harmonically complex playing, with solos that rode roughshod over the eight or sixteen bar structures of the songs they played was dazzling and exciting, and ushered in the next generation of post-war players. The other great soloist in early jazz was soprano saxophonist and clarinettist Sidney Bechet. He was a different sort of virtuoso from Louis, and as well as spontaneous creation he composed setpiece solos … Read More

College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences

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! She is married with two children and is a keen supporter of the arts, particularly organisations who empower and nurture talent to provide all-inclusive opportunities. These events will give businesses an insight as to how the arts can get your business noticed, improve community relations and help to keep your staff happy and motivated in the work place. Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course.

  • Annual and modular tuition fees shown are applicable to the first year of study.
  • Jane is an interdisciplinary practitioner, and began
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