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UAL are running a series of online workshops led by academics from UAL as part of National Careers Week (7-11 March). These workshops will explore different career pathways within the arts, from cosmetic science to journalism, from advertising to curation, there's something for everyone.


The workshops are listed below, and we've identified which workshops are suitable for which students - Arts, Business Humanities, Media, Performance, or Science. They can book and find out more using the links below.

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FASHION MARKETING

Mon 7th March 10:30 - 12:30

Join Minal Malik, lecturer on BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing along with one of our current LCF students on this interactive workshop to learn more about digital marketing, influencers and brand partnerships in the fashion industry. This is suitable for students studying Art and Design, Business or Humanities in school/college.

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ADVERTISING

Tues 8th March

10:30 - 12:30

Join Stephen Spence, Senior Lecturer for BA Advertising at London College of Communication where he will talk about what advertising is meant to do within different types of media use, and you will then respond to an advertising problem. This is suitable for students studying Media or Art and Design subjects in school/college.  

 

 

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JOURNALISM

Wed 9th March

14:30 - 16:30

Join Rebecca Pearce, Course Leader of BA Journalism, for a brief introduction to Journalism: You will find out about the essential skills journalists need to succeed. You'll get tips on how to interview like a professional and work in small groups to develop ideas for your own features.  This is suitable for students studying Media or Humanities subjects in college. 

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CURATION

Thurs 10th March

14:30 - 16:30

Within this workshop E-J Scott, a Course Leader on BA Culture, Criticism and Curation at Central Saint Martins will help develop your understanding of what curation and cultural engagement is, in line with ways in which the BA course is developing and evolving. This is suitable for students studying Art and Design, Media or Performance related subjects in school/college. 

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COSMETIC SCIENCE

Mon 7th March 14:30 - 16:30

Carmel Lally, Specialist Technician Cosmetic Science AND  LCF graduate Florence, founder of MDMA Flow discuss how the integrated MSc Cosmetic Science with an opportunity to take a placement after year two, prepares students for a vast number of career options. Participants will have a chance to create a brand identify for a cosmetic product

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CREATIVE CODING

Tues 8th March

14:30 - 16:30

Join graduates from BA (Hons) Computational Arts to look at the world of coding and contemporary artists who use code to create and recreate. The session will focus on two types of filters – classification and machine vision. You’ll be able to create a filter to apply to an image of your choice. This is suitable for all students interested in computing and creativity, no previous experience of coding is necessary.

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PRODUCT DESIGN

Thurs 10th March

10:30 - 12:30

Jason Cleverly, Course Leader for BA Product and Furniture Design, will lead an exploration into the role of a product designer in how audiences engage with museum exhibitions. Within this digital workshop you will get an insight a designer works with clients and curators to develop live project proposals. This is suitable for students studying Art and Design in college. 

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