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  • CON-Artists exhibition at UWE's Bower Ashton campus


    UWE's Bower Ashton Campus will be hosting an exhibition of work from the art class at HMP Bristol in a collaborative project between HMP Bristol and UWE's Department of Art and Design.

    CON-Artists showcases the creative talents of current and ex-prisoners at HMP Bristol, including independently produced cell work as well as work produced in the prison's art class.

  • UWE's rising stars shine in the fashion world


    As Fashion Week hits the headlines around the world, recent fashion graduates at the University of the West England have been making waves to break into this lucrative yet incredibly competitive industry.

  • UWE team wins RTS Award


    A team from the University of the West of England has won a prestigious Royal Television Society Bristol Centre Student Television Awards 2010 Undergraduate Fiction award for their film Boy.

  • International recognition for UWE Graphic Design students


    BA Graphic Design students from the University of the West of England have had their work recognised as being 'of a consistently high standard' by FontStruct – the online type design tool, sponsored by the world's leading retailer of digital type, FontShop.

  • Exciting new Foundation Degree courses announced for 2011


    From September 2011 UWE's Department of Art and Design will be offering two exciting new pathways* of the Foundation Degree (FdA) in Creative Practices.

    Based at the Bower Ashton campus, each pathway is three year part time course, allowing students to undertake study at undergraduate level, while continuing to work in a related industry.

  • Pirates make learning fun for primary pupils at UWE


    The Department of Art and Design at the University of the West of England is hosting a visit from a Bristol primary school with a hearty dose of fun woven into the learning.

  • UWE media students dominate regional RTS award nominations


    Students from the Media Practice course at the University of the West of England have once again dominated the nomination stages of the Royal Television Society Student TV awards for the South West region. Media Practice students have notched up five nominations in the total of six and are assured of a win in the Fiction category as all the finalists are from UWE.

  • Aardman Digital talk this Friday lnchtime


    Dan Efergan, Creative Director of Digital at Aardman Animations will be speaking at the Pervasive Media Studio on Friday 10 December. The event is free of charge for UWE staff and students.

    The Pervasive Media Studio is the base for UWE's Digital Cultures Research Centre and opens its doors every Friday lunchtime for informal talks by Studio residents and associates.

  • Place+Environment exhibition opens in city centre


    Art and Design students at the University of the West of England are exhibiting their work at the Destination Bristol shop underneath the Watershed, on Bristol's harbourside, from 1 – 20 December

  • UWE Photography student gains international recognition


    Marcus Riley, a first year Photography student at UWE, has won a prize in a major international photography competition.

    The International Aperture Awards is an annual competition with nine 'open categories', including sport, commercial and journalism, and three amateur categories, attracting entries from professional and budding photographers from around the world.

  • UWE awards honorary degree to Dick Penny


    The University of the West of England will award the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Arts to Dick Penny in recognition of his significance to Bristol's cultural media and his work in aligning a range of people to influence national debate and strengthen Bristol's status within it.

  • 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 welcomes local schools and colleges to Creative Arts Degree Show


    UWE's School of Creative Arts will be hosting visits from more than 800 young people from schools & colleges across the region that are interested in art, design and media at the 2010 Creative Arts Degree Show next week.

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