Tuesday 5 September sees the launch of this festival that is SO much more than it sounds – the city of Brighton is host to this year’s event, with over 150 free events asking the big questions and featuring names such as Lauren Laverne and Professor Jim Al-Khalili. Not to be missed!
The Royal Television Society’s annual awards include student categories for Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual, News and Short Feature.
Darcey Haynes and Zoe Thompson tell us about the inspiring placements they did as part of their degree. Read More
The first part of the Masters Show, showcasing the work of PG students on MA Fine Art, MA Digital Media Arts and MA Inclusive Arts Practice, starts on July 8 running until July 15.
There is so much happening on our courses that we can’t possibly cover it all here. Follow them on social media. Read More
“This photographic project investigates anxiety within young females living in the UK, exploring the feelings and emotions that occur when an individual becomes anxious or experiences an anxiety attack.” Read More
Lecturer in Media Theory Dr Theodore Koulouris has organised a screening of Ken Loach’s award-winning film at the Duke at Komedia. Read More
The University of Brighton’s new photography and film learning centre will be open to the public during the Brighton Fringe for the first time. Read More
If you’re a student in the UK about to complete an art or design-related undergraduate course then get involved. Read More
A podcast created by University of Brighton lecturers Lance Dann and Phil Connolly is the top arts podcast in the UK – knocking BBC’s The Archers off its seemingly permanent Number 1 position.
Our newest development, once a tired office block, is highlighted by Floornature architecture magazine. Read More
The University is exploring what makes cult media as part of the University’s sponsored events at the Brighton Fringe in May. Read More
Esther Teichmann, an artist who uses still and moving image, collage and painting, will be talking about her work at an Edward Street event which is free to University of Brighton students. Read More
Part of the Graduate Shows this year? If you’re posting to social media about the build up, your work, your exhibition, then use #brightonshow17. Read More
Media Studies graduate and published poet Thomas Wolfe is running a competition to help emerging voices be heard and become published. Read More
We have an opportunity for a student to undertake a fascinating research project as part of our MRes in Arts and Cultural Research, studying and archiving 25 years of Gscene magazine for The Keep archive. Interested? Read More
The Film and Screen Studies Wednesday Film Club will be screening the film Chevalier (Tsangari 2015) on 15 March.
Lizzie Borden’s documentary-style science fiction film is set ten years after a peaceful socialist revolution in the United States, where inequalities of gender, sexuality, and race still prevail, until a group of women decide to mobilise the revolution even further. A film that combines news reports, surveillance footage, documentary sqeuences and handheld camera shooting, the film is now seen as an example of ‘guerrilla filmmaking’ and as iconic of intersectional identity politics of the 1980s.
March 8. 2-3.30pm Room: ES102
Pop into the Grand Parade cafe foyer and catch this exhibition of research student work in art, design and media. Read More
A University of Brighton graduate is sharing a top award for his backroom role in a Doctor Who audio. Benji Clifford worked as a sound designer on ‘Doctor Who – Absent Friends’ which this month won the BBC’s 2017 award for Best Online Only Audio Drama. Read More
A series of free talks, programmed by the University of Brighton, is taking place at the Tate Modern this week.
Rongo University in Kenya has celebrated the graduation of its first cohort of media students trained in a partnership programme with the University of Brighton. Read More
Some courses in the Schools of Architecture & Design, Media, and Humanities host applicant days – these are for prospective students but people with a new interest in the university are welcome to attend too. Click on the post to find out the dates! Read More
Often described as the first Sub-Saharan film to receive international distribution and attention, Ousmane Sembène’s La Noire de… is a film critiquing racism and colonialism. Read More
Come to two free film screenings Watts building as part of the 16 Days of Activism: 30 November (Leaving Greece, 2013 and Boya Boya, 2014) and 9 December (Dream Girls, 1993), 12pm.
The School of Media together with the School of Environment and Technology are organizing two screenings to mark the 16 Days of Activism . The films are provided by the Royal Anthropology Institute..
30 November: double bill of Leaving Greece (2013) and Boya Boya (2014)
9 December: Dream Girls (1994)
Room 309, Watts Building, University of Brighton, Lewes Road, BN2 4GJ, 12pm-2pm.
The 14th CINECITY festival includes a preview of Ben Wheatley’s new action thriller Free Fire, a live soundtrack to Carl Theodor Dreyer’s Vampyr and an evening of work by our own Moving Image students. Read More
‘Pitching and presenting’ well is key in media and communication industries – dont miss Head of Strategy and Innovation at Barclays UK, Charles Minors, talking strategies for success. Read More
Brighton Fine Art grad, the artist Alison Lapper MBE, is hosting a BBC4 documentary ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ with photographer Rankin tackling contemporary attitudes to beauty and identity on Thursday 10 November, 9pm. Read More
The leader of our MA in Digital Media Arts Sue Gollifer has work featured in a Brentoford exhibition by pioneering women in the world of digital media. Read More
The Brighton Photo Biennial runs 1-30 October with three of the venues on the Grand Parade campus – Edward Street/Dorset Place and the Grand Parade gallery. Read More