Architecture Graduate Hilary Barber wins the ‘Transforming the Urban Landscape’ competition with project partner Adam Greatrix
In October 2020, The Landscape Institute launched an international ideas contest ‘Transforming the Urban Landscape’, which called for entrants to share creative solutions for public spaces in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the global climate change emergency.
Three graduates from Leeds School of Arts have been acknowledged for their contribution to the fields they work in.
We take another look at some of the careers our BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design alumni have gone on to have following graduation.
First year Performing Arts student talks about how coronavirus has potentially created a new way to perform, digitally
Coronavirus has affected everyone in some sort of way, but first year student Beth tells us how she has adapted to the changes and how she has created a positive outcome from studying a creative course virtually.
Third year Performing Arts student Caitlin explains how the support from her tutors and peers has filled her with confidence for completing her final year.
First year Theatre and Performance student Bethany started her university studies during the COVID 19 pandemic. She tells us how she adapted to a new way of learning, and even learnt to infuse the challenges she faced into creating performance work.
As we can't currently meet face-to-face at open days and other events we have compiled some information about our dynamic Interior Architecture & Design staff team to assist prospective students in getting to know us and learning who to get in touch with about the course.
Leeds Beckett alumni Steve McCloy and Bongani ‘Bo’ Muchemwa have been recognised by Architect's Journal in their 2020 40 under 40 list which celebrates 'the UK’s most exciting emerging architectural talent'.
As the rate of technological change accelerates following the Covid-19 pandemic, the Leeds School of Architecture’s Technology Symposium questions what the architects' role is in designing future cities post pandemic under the shadow of irreversible climate breakdown. Watch a recording of our virtual event here.
We are proud to announce that Leeds Beckett University’s Northern Film School is again the official education partner for the Harrogate Film Festival in 2021.
Congratulations to Beatrice Freeman, MA Landscape Architecture graduate, who has won the national Landscape Institute Student Portfolio Award.
BA (Hons) Music Performance and Production graduate, Luka Huidobro-Howe, who performs under the name ‘LUKA’, is releasing her second single on label Monomyth Records.
As the unusual year that has been 2020 draws to a close we thought we'd take a look back to last year and the amazing inaugural Yorkshire Sculpture International.
Recent MArch Archictecture Graduate Simon Feather has been announced as a joint winner of this year's RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship.
The Architecture subject team at Leeds School of Arts have announced the programme for their winter 2020 open lecture series entitled 'Fortuitous Encounters' - with free public talks taking place on 18th & 25th November and 2nd & 9th December.
Dr Sue Miller and her band Charanga del Norte have made a number of appearances on international radio.
BA (Hons) Music Performance and Production student Cameron Naylor talks about his recent involvement in the ‘Sounds Good’ installation at Leeds City Museum and describes how he created his piece.
For another year running Graphic Arts & Design students from Leeds School of Arts have been succesfully accredited by the International Society of Typographical Designers.
Another wave of films produced by students from both our undergraduate and postgraduate filmmaking courses have been recognised at numerous national and international film festivals.
BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design student Miles Davidson has recently won the Interior Educators Velocity 2020 National Studio Project Award for his proposal to repurpose the subterranean RAF Bempton Bunker.