This project explores our sense and perception of time in relationship to how we use technology and the impact that this has on idea generation in the creative process & the communities who use the technology. The way that we experience time and space is changing, our relationship between the physical space around us and… Continue reading Our sense and perception of time in relationship to technology
How can we work with the changing landscape to prepare early career creatives for the future ahead?
The Retain Achieve Succeed Research Programme (RAS) at the University for the Arts London developed intercultural understandings of some of the contexts of transformative, inclusive arts education in the Higher Education sector.
New studios for fashion communication with business studies
Working with UAL to deliver staff training and development to look at the social media landscape, usage and approaches to engagement.
Working in collaboration with Manuel Vason a series of websites have been developed to promote his work and projects. This is a combination of a space to promote his collaborations, archive and any news of ongoing and upcoming projects.
The Volt Café website. Collaborating with the magazine to design a dynamic site showcasing highly original content brought together by a group of photographers, stylists and writers united in their desire for creativity and authenticity. Volt Café endeavours to bring the audience features & interviews with established fashion designers, artists and filmmakers. Volt magazine has always been… Continue reading Volt Café
_Shift website run by BA(Hons) Fashion Journalism students
Building a community internally and externally requires a number of different approaches. On the fashion communiction with business studies course this has been undertaken using a approaches from collaborative speed dating and student led social media content production to sign-up workshops, the creation of kitchen and studio spaces, book swaps and library spaces the student… Continue reading Cross collaborative community building