16 March 2017
Research Indaba is a day-long celebration of our schools research.
This is an opportunity to share you current research and exhibition work & on-going projects/design work through 20 minute presentations.
Join us for an opportunity to experience and to be inspired by the diversity and depth of research, scholars and practice in the school.
OPEN FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS
Research Indaba is on a non-working day so keep you day free.
There’s no need to book. just turn up on the day!
A further schedule and rooms will be announced soon, so keep your eyes open!
This free competition is open to all students taking part in an illustration course in the UK.
The winner of the student category will receive a prize of £3,000 and a trophy. The runner up will receive £2,000 and a trophy.
For more information and to enter go to the V&A Illustration awards website.
DEADLINE | Thursday 15th December 2016, 17:00
D&AD New Bloods Awards has gone live!
16 of the top brands have released creative briefs. All you need to do is find one that you like and respond! They are looking for a mixture of film, animation, graphics, illustrations, campaigns, digital installations, copywriting and more!
Some of the companies include Adobe, Amazon, BBC, John Lewis, The Army & more.
For more information got to the D&AD New Blood Website.
DEADLINE | 22 March 2017
Year 2 Architecture students undertook a live brief in the Chambers Woods today. The first site visit included an excellent walk about by Wally Grice, the beat manager from the Forestry Commission. Wally wants students to make a response to site, so an excellent opportunity to for students to think about how to use locally sourced materials in innovative ways, considering how to grapple with environmental, social and economic sustainability. Keep an eye on here to see updates on this project and other live projects happening in Year 2!
Recent College of Arts graduate? Fancy working at one of Lincoln’s main arts venues? This opportunity may be for you:
Lincoln Drill Hall are looking for a dynamic intern who is passionate about events, arts, communication, digital, culture, people and Lincoln.
This role will involve working with the Drill Hall Marketing Manager and team to deliver a number of marketing tasks from online communications and social media to management of print materials and assisting with live events.
Lincoln Drill Hall hosts a wide variety of events and welcomes a wide range of audiences so the right person for this role would be someone who is keen to learn, quick to adapt and happy to support various roles and activities, has an interest in people, live events, theatre and providing great visitor experiences.
This fantastic opportunity is available to recent graduates of the College of Arts as part of RADAR, our Creative Graduate Accelerator Scheme in partnership with Threshold Studios.
For more information on the role visit the University’s careers website.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to run a contemporary craft & design gallery? Whether you’re interested in curating, marketing, designing, making or anything else to do with craft and design NCCD want you to join them for their FREE taster day on Saturday 7th of February. You will also have the opportunity to get involved in their live exhibition project. For more information visit their website.