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  • UWE student named Intern of the Year by Microsoft


    Rebecca Williams, a BA (Hons) Business Studies student, Bristol has been chosen by Microsoft as Intern of the Year for her contribution to the company during her placement year.

  • UWE filmmakers celebrate Doc/Fest success


    Two Media Practice graduates from the University of the West of England have had their short films shortlisted for the Sheffield Student Doc Award at Europe's biggest Documentary Film Festival, the Sheffield International Documentary Festival.

  • UWE student named Clarke Willmott Young Artist of the Year


    University of the West of England student, Alice Jones, has been awarded the Clarke Willmott Young Artist of the Year Award at a reception hosted by the solicitors firm in their Bristol office.

  • Inaugural prize for Graphic Design announced


    Final year Creative Arts student Rowan Caney has won the inaugural CODA Architecture Design Award for innovation in Graphic Design in a commercial editorial context.

    This is the first year that the £750 prize has been awarded. The prize was set up by Amelia Taylor, former co-ordinator of UWE's Creative Arts Enterprise Office, and Ronnie Rennoldson, Director of Bristol-based CODA Architects.

  • UWE animation students promote cancer research


    A team of Animation students from the School of Creative Arts at the University of the West of England (UWE) have won first prize in a competition organised by the charity, Killing Cancer.

  • UWE D3 graduate in competition success


    A graduate from UWE's School of Creative Arts has won a major prize for a piece of work that she completed as part of her final year project.

    Katherine Morgan graduated in July 2009 from BA Design: Process, Material Context (D3) following success with other D3 students at the New Designers exhibition in London, where the group won Best Stand.

  • UWE's Independent Theatre Company in the spotlight


    UWE's Independent Theatre Company (UWE ITC) is celebrating continuing success with their inaugural production of John Ford's 'Tis Pity She's A Whore.

  • UWE graduate named in prestigious art guide


    UWE Drawing and Applied Arts graduate, Lucie Smailes, has been named in a prestigious art guide as one of the UK's top young artists.

    The limited edition Catlin Guide profiles the 40 most promising arts graduates from art schools and colleges across the UK as chosen by curator of the Catlin Prize, John Hammond.

  • UWE Independent Theatre Company celebrates award success in Minsk


    After a successful run at The Redgrave Theatre in Bristol, UWE Independent Theatre Company (UWE ITC) has won two awards for its inaugural production - Tis a Pity She's a Whore at the Teatralny Koufar International Student Theatre Festival (28 September - 3 October) in Minsk, Belarus.

  • UWE student wins Jerwood Drawing Prize


    Drawing and Applied Arts student Rox Goffin has won the Jerwood Foundation's prestigious Student Drawing Prize.

    Rox, who has just started the second year of her BA degree in Drawing and Applied Arts at UWE, submitted a piece called 'Untitled', which was selected as one of 75 pieces to be part of the exhibition from over 2200 entries.

  • UWE student selected for Jerwood Drawing Prize


    Drawing and Applied Arts student Rox Goffin has been selected to show her work as part of the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize 2009 exhibition.

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