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Leeds announce partnership with PRS Foundation and expand existing Launchpad offer

Leeds announce partnership with PRS Foundation and expand existing Launchpad offer

Music:Leeds, the organisation set-up and led by Leeds Beckett music academic Sam Nicholls, have announced the expansion of their Launchpad program to support emerging artists and music industry professionals, as well as new funds in partnership with PRS Foundation

Fashion inspiration in Leeds

Fashion inspiration in Leeds

I’m a senior lecturer on the BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing and MA Fashion degrees, and I know how hard it can be for my students to keep inspired, particularly when you are always being asked to ‘think of ideas’ for projects.

LSA Festival Student Stories: Ricardo Mascarenhas / Computer Animation & Visual Effects

LSA Festival Student Stories: Ricardo Mascarenhas / Computer Animation & Visual Effects

Ricardo Mascarenhas is a BSc (Hons) Computer Animation & Visual Effects student. In this Vlog Ricardo talks about his journey as a designer and is very honest about some of the personal challenges he has overcome.

15/07/20
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LSA Festival Student Stories: Poppy Marlow / Computer Animation & Visual Effects

LSA Festival Student Stories: Poppy Marlow / Computer Animation & Visual Effects

Poppy Marlow is a BSc (Hons) Computer Animation & Visual Effects student. Hear her talk about her journey to university, how she has built up her skills and some of amazing opportunites to collaborate she has found.

15/07/20
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LSA Festival student stories: Alicia Jassner / Landscape and Design

LSA Festival student stories: Alicia Jassner / Landscape and Design

Hi! I’m a recent graduate from the BA landscape and design course and I’d like to share my experiences from the ‘Design and Community Project’.

15/07/20
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LSA Festival Student Stories: Max McNeil / Product Design

LSA Festival Student Stories: Max McNeil / Product Design

For my final module of the year I entered a live client competition brief run by The Retail Institute partnered with Slingsby Gin and Allied Glass. The prizes available came in the form of week long work placements, keeping this in mind helped me to stay motivated and on task.

LSA Festival Student Stories: Andrew Grainger / Product Design

LSA Festival Student Stories: Andrew Grainger / Product Design

Product Design relies on practical skills, tangible modelling and in-person user feedback. The course is structured to allow student development in a combination of practical and academic environments. 

14/07/20
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LSA Festival Student Stories: Poppy Brown / Filmmaking

LSA Festival Student Stories: Poppy Brown / Filmmaking

We are excited to announce Northern Film School Documentary Specialist and BA (Hons) Filmmaking student, Poppy Brown, has been awarded a place on the prestigious and extremely competitive Grierson Doc Lab for 2020/21.

11/07/20
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LSA Festival Student Stories: Ellen Price / Fashion

LSA Festival Student Stories: Ellen Price / Fashion

On one hand I was about to enter my final year studying fashion, a subject I love and am passionate about. On the other hand I was volunteering in Holbeck for a local charity that support women who are caught in life crippling addictions, many who have turned to street prostitution to support their habit.

10/07/20
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LSA Festival Student Stories: Adam Alcock / Music Technology

LSA Festival Student Stories: Adam Alcock / Music Technology

The goal of this piece is to create a thought-provoking view of Mass Surveillance in our society, leaving the viewer with an unsettling awareness of its intrusive nature in our lives. It uses cameras, sensors, speakers, and the internet, to observe, analyse, and highlight surveillance in our everyday lives, through the medium of sound, video, and data.

Five Leeds artists to watch

Five Leeds artists to watch

Sam Nicholls, Senior Lecturer in Music at the university picks five artists with a strong Leeds connection who are currently breaking through to get national recognition.

LSA Festival Student Stories: Jakub Maziarski / Creative Media Technology

LSA Festival Student Stories: Jakub Maziarski / Creative Media Technology

'Coach's Bestfriend' is a printed basketball playbook, which has been created to make teaching and instructing easier for coaches.

LSA Festival Student Stories: Francesca Tirpak / Digital Journalism

LSA Festival Student Stories: Francesca Tirpak / Digital Journalism

Signs of Tenderness is a photobook dedicated to chosen family and platonic love, especially within a circle of queer people.

07/07/20
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Leeds School of Arts supports the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign

Leeds School of Arts supports the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign

The UK’s music sector contributes an enormous amount to our society, it supports 600,000 jobs, contributes £5.2 billion GVA to the UK economy and is a source of enjoyment and pleasure for just about everyone in the country. It’s currently under an enormous strain, due to the Coronavirus outbreak and the restriction placed on our daily lives due to social distancing and the gradual reopening of the country’s economy.

Dr Sue Miller presents her Latin Music Research Project at the British Academy Summer Showcase

Dr Sue Miller presents her Latin Music Research Project at the British Academy Summer Showcase

Led by Dr Sue Miller this British Academy funded research project investigates the performance aesthetics of Latin music in the recording studio using a variety of approaches including the technique of experimental archaeology. 

LSA Festival Student Stories: Adam Bishop / Product Design

LSA Festival Student Stories: Adam Bishop / Product Design

COVID-19: How Did it Affect my Design Studies?

This year has definitely been an interesting one, one that I won’t be forgetting anytime soon. I’m Adam, a Product Design Student basically finishing my last year, hopefully studying MA 3D Design when I next return to Leeds Beckett University.

29/06/20
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Autism-Friendly Design: Learning about Real Life through the Virtual Environment

Autism-Friendly Design: Learning about Real Life through the Virtual Environment

Students from BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design have been on a mission to spread the word about their autism-friendly design projects, with their tutor Joan Love. Additionally, the briefs provided an opportunity to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, integrating a series of design ideas relating to social distancing, hygiene and materials with natural anti-microbial properties.

LSA Festival Student Stories: Simon Feather / MArch Architecture

LSA Festival Student Stories: Simon Feather / MArch Architecture

Re-Foresting – My Strategy for Timber Production within the Northern Forest in Response to the Climate Crisis

25/06/20
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19 WORDS: The Poetics of a Viral Rhetoric

19 WORDS: The Poetics of a Viral Rhetoric

Oliver Bray, Director of Arts at Leeds School of Arts has produced 19 Words, a series of visual poems using the language deployed by the government during Covid19.  

LSA Festival Student Stories: Eleanor Sanctuary / Music Performance & Production

LSA Festival Student Stories: Eleanor Sanctuary / Music Performance & Production

Music Performance & Production student Eleanor talks about her final year project and overcoming the problems raised by COVID-19 in order to record and release her own EP, 'Sanctuary'.

19/06/20
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