greta carroll

Graduates 2024: Greta Carroll: Digital Music and Sound Arts

“I have loved my tutors and the technicians and how inspiring they are. I have learnt so much and now I know the ins and outs of both the history of sound; I’ve enjoyed learning to record the sound of electricity and having a deep knowledge of artists and what they do. I’m dyslexic and had very low confidence in myself all my life. I feel the course has really freed me up and I feel I can hold my own now in a conversation in sound and electronic music.”

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Graduates 2024: Coral Monaghan: Illustration

“I’m from London, and living in a smaller city where I can get everywhere by foot is great. It means I get out and about more, it feels like it opens up more possibilities. I think I’ll forever associate Brighton with spending long days in the university studio, getting lost in work… I’ll miss that student-studio atmosphere. I like the hustle and bustle of it; the productivity of it.”

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sports journalism students at brighton racecourse

University of Brighton Sport Journalism students cover major sporting action at Brighton Racecourse and The Amex

As part of their Professional Practice module, a group of 15 Sport Journalism students reporters covered Brighton & Hove Albion Women’s 2-1 loss to Everton from the press box at The Amex. Twelve hours later, they travelled to Brighton Racecourse to report on the opening day of the spring racing season.

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komedia film screening

Film students show work on big screen at Brighton Komedia

As part of their Directing The Screen module, some of our brilliant final-year Film BA(Hons) students screened their monologues at a major Brighton film venue. The students worked with actors, choosing a monologue script or writing their own, and Director Pete Travis was there for the event along with the participating actors and students.

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beepurple finalists

Fashion students awarded prize in Startup Ideas Competition 2024

Last week six finalists went head-to-head, pitching their ideas for ‘businesses for good’ to a panel of judges, in front of a live audience, and the third-place prize went to Eliot Hardwick (Fashion Communication) and Jess Woods (Fashion Design) for Dead Ugly Designs, a circular, gender-neutral, street-style clothing brand. Read More

leon imber

Sports Journalism student Leon wins prestigious NCTJ Student Award

Beating off the competition, final-year Sports Journalism BA(Hons) student Leon Imber has won the Sports Journalism Student category at the NCTJ Awards being praised by Sky Sports New judges for his “exceptional” interviews. Leon says, “I’m grateful to the Uni of Brighton for giving me the foundations to push into the national media and contribute work of my own.”

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textiles work by harriet silverson

“My final year project, Sew Emotional, will focus on expressing complex human emotions”

Textiles student Harriet Silverson, along with classmate Alice Clubb, has been awarded a Framework Knitters bursary for yarn for her final collection – and Harriet is going to create a series of playful samples that explore the crossover of art, emotion, and knitted textile design.

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jake grewal

From a painting degree at Brighton to his first solo show

Jake Grewal graduated from our Fine Art Painting BA(Hons) and went on to the Royal College – he’s now got his first solo institutional exhibition at Pallant House Gallery. In a longform interview with Studio International, he says “I don’t know where I make work from other than my experience and emotional response.”

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Graduates 2023: Giles Stokoe: MA Photography

“Many people are questioning the trajectory of their lives post Covid, and I would recommend to anyone who feels that they have stones left unturned, that they should consider post graduate study as a way to make room for themselves to turn those stones, explore what is underneath and open up the possibilities of a more interesting and fulfilling future.”

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