Studiemesse: Kreative fag i Storbritannia

Trondheim // Bergen // Oslo 5.-7. april 2022

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april 5, 2022

Trondheim Katedralskole
(Munkegata 8, 7013 Trondheim)

Klokken 17:00 til 20:00

april 5, 2022
april 6, 2022

Scandic Ørnen Bergen
(Lars Hilles gate 18, 5008 Bergen)

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april 6, 2022
april 7, 2022

Clarion Hotel Oslo
(Dronning Eufemias Gate 15, 0191 Oslo)

Klokken 17:00 til 20:00

april 7, 2022

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Tim Metcalf – Director of Undergraduate Programmes – Winchester School of Art

Grafisk designer

I am the Director of Undergraduate Programmes at the University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art. I have worked within Higher Education for eighteen years and my professional background and education is within the Graphic Design sector. I launched my own design studio based in London for 8 years before entering full-time education leadership in 2010. I recently co-launched a Data Imaging Research Lab for the school where we collaborate with different faculties within the University visualising research data. I lead on the home recruitment cycle for the school at undergraduate level for all programmes, these include BA Fine Art, Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Games Design & Art, Graphic Arts and Textile Design. During my career I have regularly contributed to international student recruitment, predominately in China, India and the US.

Neil Dansey – Academic Lead, School of Creative Technologies, UoP

Dataspillutvikling og animasjon

I became a Lecturer in Computer Games at Portsmouth in 2009 while finishing my PhD in pervasive game design. My main teaching responsibilities include programming with the PlayStation 5 development kits but I also do a lot of work with Masters and PhD students too. I am now the Academic Lead for the School of Creative Technologies, covering the theme «Play, Code, Create» and supporting the Course Leaders in looking after the longer-term interests of the Games courses. My research interests lie in the creative interpretation of ambiguity in games, and also how «constrained writing» techniques can be applied to Game Development.

Dr Rachelle Viader Knowles – Head of International for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities- MMU

Fine Art

Dr Rachelle Viader Knowles is a Reader in Fine Art at the Manchester School of Art at Manchester Metropolitan University. As Head of International for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, she leads the strategic development of international initiatives and partnerships for education, research, and knowledge exchange, and welcomes students from around the world who come to study at Manchester Met.

She has a background as an artist and creative researcher, and her works have been performed, screened, found or encountered in numerous international venues internationally. Exhibitions including: the Experimental Text Festival in New York; Three Walls Gallery in Chicago; Residencia Corazon Gallery in La Plata, Argentina; Chapter Gallery in Cardiff, Wales; the Kwangju Biennale in South Korea; the Berlin International Film Festival; the Gyumri Biennale in Armenia; and the Can Gelabert Cultural Centre in Mallorca, Spain. Most recently, working as part of a collaborative duo with Armenian artist Mkrtich Tonoyan, she participated in the international art/science project <Immune Nations>, an evidence-based exhibition about the constructive role that art can play in public discourse around life-saving vaccines. The project wasexhibited at Galleri KiT at the Trondheim Academy of Art, Norway; UNAIDS in Geneva, Switzerland; and McMaster Museum of Art in Canada. Dr Knowles holds a PhD in Art+Media from the University of Plymouth in the UK, an MFA in Visual Arts from the University of Windsor in Canada, and a BA (Hons) Interactive Arts from the University of Wales.

Mark Griffin – Head of the Department of Drama at St Mary’s University

Skuespiller – Drama/teater

Mark is the head of the Department of Drama at St Mary’s University Twickenham where he has been intrinsic in setting up a conservatoire style vocational training within a traditional University structure. The department currently looks after around 300 students at various stages of their training towards becoming professional actors, technicians and facilitators within the theatre or associated Industries. Drama St Mary’s has a strong international emphasis with over 30 different nationalities represented across the programmes.   

Prior to working in academia Mark trained as a theatre director and has worked for many of the major British Theatres – including the Royal National Theatre, where he is an associate in the education department, The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and the Royal Shakespeare Company as well as developing an International profile developing and directing large scale community projects including commissions in Iceland, Malawi, Chile, Spain and the USA.

Alongside actor training his research interests include site specific theatre, new writing, Shakespeare, theatre & heritage and adaptation.

Dave Burt – International Recuitment Design Specialist – University of Plymouth

Fotografi

Dave Burt is a recent BA (Hons) Photography graduate from The University of Plymouth. Throughout university, Dave’s photography focused on detailed narratives and complex themes such as time, social inequality and more. After graduating, Dave’s area of practice is now situated in digital design specialism to a spectrum of marketing needs for The International Office Team.

Dr Stefanie Van de Peer – Lecturer in Film and Media – Queen Margaret University

Film og media

Dr Stefanie Van de Peer is Lecturer in Film & Media at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. She specialises in the role of women on the screen and behind the camera in world cinema, with a particular interest in South West Asian and North African film cultures. She’s concerned with values like solidarity and sustainability in heritage and how these can be translated across screens. She has published a number of books and articles on the topics of women in world cinemas, animation and documentary filmmaking.  

Donna Ives – Programme Director Fashion Design and Fashion Atelier- University for the Creative Arts

Mote- og tekstildesign

A graduate of Manchester Polytechnic (now Manchester School of Art) with a BA in Fashion Design, Donna received a number of awards whilst at university, including the Drapers ‘Childrenswear’ design competition. Upon leaving Manchester, Donna worked in various womenswear and lingerie design roles for a number of noteworthy companies including BodyMap, Courtaulds and Nigel French (trend prediction).With nearly 20 years’ teaching experience, Donna has contributed to the development and writing of courses for the School of Fashion, including the development of UCA courses that have been launched in India. Currently an associate member of the Graduate Fashion Week steering committee, she has held many leading roles in fashion education and has worked on educational fashion projects for the BBC.

Donna has been teaching in higher education for over 20 years and has a wealth of experience on a number of Fashion programmes as well course leadership and the development of new curricula both in the UK and abroad.

Before developing a career in education Donna worked as a designer in the fashion industry with a focus on womenswear and lingerie. Donna graduated from Manchester School of Art with a BA in Fashion and has also completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Education at the Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design.

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