The scale and impact of the project generated real, tangible changes for both parties extending their brand reputation in the regional, national and international markets. The campus is one of the most beautiful in the country and offers a unique environment in which to study, with lakes, parkland, woodland and gardens as well as modern and historical buildings. To develop a comparative understanding of the ways in which aesthetic judgements are constructed and aesthetic processes are experienced with regards to contemporary art. This will be an internationally focused venue at the centre of the contemporary art world, and adjacent to galleries, studios and museums, with excellent transport links.
And she worked at CAST in Cornwall where she produced the Groundwork programme with Director Teresa Gleadowe. Groundwork was a three year project, bringing exceptional international art and artists to Cornwall and culminating in a five month season of exhibitions and events in 2018. During this time he has curated more than 100 exhibitions, placing a particular emphasis upon experimental emerging practice and context-led projects. Since 2013, after eight years as Director of Arnolfini, in Bristol, he has focused on curating international biennials and large-scale visual arts projects, working in India, Korea, Denmark, Japan, UAE and the UK.
The course will examine the exciting relationships and intersections between creativity and management, art and business. It will also be fundamental to discuss how societal, political and environmental shifts have important implications for those working in the creative industries, be it marketing, engagement, production or distribution. Our course aims to explore what shape, systems and structures exist, and how this affects various forms of value, the management and ‘flow’ of creative goods, and the creative process. A&B NI’s arts remit covers the performing arts, literature, visual arts and crafts, museums, libraries, heritage and film.
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CV/application writing; social media and other platforms for self-promotion, presenting yourself and your work professionally using video and various types of presentation software. The other core module requires you to initiate and carry out a project relevant to your career aims. At this point, you set the agenda, supported by academic and industry professionals to carry out a project of your choice to launch your career, post-graduation. The first core module will introduce some of the definitions, systems and structures of the creative industries, and key debates that affect the sector and those working in it. This module will enable you to examine the complex ecologies and connectedness of the creative and cultural industries.
We connect companies, communities and individuals to cultural organisations and provide the delivery, expertise and insight for their relationships to thrive, for their mutual benefit and that of the wider community. Emily Gould Assistant Director of the Institute of Art and Law MA Ms Gould entered the legal profession after studying history at Cambridge University. She trained as a solicitor, initially working in private practice as an intellectual property lawyer with a US firm then moving in-house as counsel for a global pharmaceutical company. She writes, teaches and presents on a range of areas pertaining to art and cultural heritage law including copyright, heritage crime, museum ethics and contracts. The Art, Business and Law Programme also established a Visiting Scholar and Researcher in Residence Scheme, augmenting the research environment for our faculty and students. We also established The Visiting Scholar and Researcher Lectures, with scheduled speakers this past year from the University of Amsterdam and Maastricht University.
- Freelance artists and creators are finding it harder to secure well-paid gigs and projects and the art world has also taken a hit from a decrease in potential art investors.
- Opportunities to take part in work placements, to network, and respond to live projects set by industry professionals, through our unique collaborations.
- These partnerships will provide work experience opportunities for you, and contribute to your learning and teaching activities.
- Alexander Herman is the Director of the Institute of Art and Law and acts as Programme Co-Director for the Art, Business and Law LLM. He has written, taught and presented on an array of topics in relation to art and cultural property.
- Fundamental to our impact is to provide training and consultancy which will drive best practice and learning for both sectors.
Develop the leadership and entrepreneurial skills to manage and inspire the UK’s creative industries. Combine advanced business knowledge with practical production and insight into film, television, theatre and interactive media. She is co-founder and co-curator of Aller Park Studios, a project founded in Devon in 2019 presenting artist film screenings, talks, workshops and performances. Aller Park Studios activity is ambitious, cooperative and informal – international and UK-based artists and performers visit for a contemporary art programme that engages with the experimental, cross-disciplinary traditions of the Dartington Trust.
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Offer conditions will vary depending on the institution you are applying from and the degree that you study. Geoffrey Bennett Senior Fellow of the Institute of Art and Law After studying Classics and Law at Cambridge, Mr Bennett was called to the Bar and has held university posts at Liverpool, Leeds, Louisville, City London and Notre Dame. He has also practised and teaches and writes in the area of cultural heritage law. Alexander Herman is the Director of the Institute of Art and Law and acts as Programme Co-Director for the Art, Business and Law LLM. He has written, taught and presented on an array of topics in relation to art and cultural property.
You’ll progress rapidly, guided by our experienced academics who will ensure you’re in contact with the latest ideas, trends and technologies. You’ll be able to meet industry experts in our masterclasses and professional visitors programme. You’ll find our staff accessible and ready to discuss your ideas, and we will provide support and advice.
In these you will be assessed on work that you have produced as a team, as well as on your individual contribution to the project. Our beautiful green campus offers a student-friendly setting in which to live and study, within easy reach of the action in the city centre. It’s easy to get around campus – everything is within walking or pedalling distance, or you can always use the artisttoursgroup.com fast and frequent bus service. You will also have access to some of our extensive range of cameras and location recording equipment. You’ll be able to join and realise theatre projects with Platform, our TFTI student-run drama society. And like all of our students you will be able to make your own screen projects through FilmLab, our students’ own, well-equipped, film society.
This would be simply impossible without the generosity of all our partners and supporters. If you would like to make a donation to help us to continue this much needed and valued work, please do click the secure link below. These are the range of Scotland wide cultural organisations and businesses we work with. Depending on the modules you choose, you may also have classes at the Mile End Campusor the University of London’sInstitute of Advanced Legal Studies or Charterhouse Square. Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal Professor of Banking and Finance Law LLB , LLM and PhD Professor Olivares-Caminal specialises in international finance and insolvency law.