Latest news for the School of Creative Arts
School of Creative Arts to help lead international project informing ethical challenges facing the media industry
University of Hertfordshire’s School of Creative Arts will be representing the European Division of The International Association of Film and Television Schools (CILECT) in the renowned Global Ethics Lab research project, which aims to create a global teaching resource for ethics.
20 April 2018
The University of Hertfordshire’s eclectic music festival, Sonic Herts, is taking place on the 30 April to 11 May featuring performances from talented students, staff and industry guests.
19 April 2018
The Production Guild of Great Britain and the University of Hertfordshire partner in developing future production accountants to meet rising industry demand
The Production Guild of Great Britain and the School of Creative Arts are joining forces to pilot a new scheme designed to develop the next generation of UK production accountants, in response to rising demand for industry entrants as the UK film business continues its current boom in production.
14 March 2018
University of Hertfordshire conference on sustainable luxury to be held in Cape Town, in partnership with Yale School of Management
A major international conference organised by the University of Hertfordshire, examining whether sustainable luxury is feasible will take place in Cape Town, South Africa from 16-17 March.
12 March 2018
Our Film and Television Programme has partnered with the Cynthia Dickinson Charitable Trust to provide final year students with an annual bursary of £5,000.
20 February 2018
Emma Kayani, who graduated from BA(Hons) Film & Television Production in 2017, has had her short film ‘Spaces’ featured on Channel 4’s Random Acts.
20 February 2018
University of Hertfordshire’s School of Creative Arts wins again at the 2018 Royal Television Society Student Awards
The University of Hertfordshire scooped another win for the Film and Television department at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Student Awards last night.
8 February 2018
Music Composition students showcased in exclusive University of Hertfordshire and Grads in Games collaboration
Final year students have had their work showcased in the Search for a Star challenge run by the Grads in Games initiative.
25 January 2018
University of Hertfordshire’s Dr Jim Rodford, celebrated musician and former Kinks bass guitarist, dies
It is with great sadness that the University of Hertfordshire acknowledges the death of Dr Jim Rodford, former bassist with The Zombies and The Kinks.
23 January 2018
Spectacular light and sound sculpture created by University of Hertfordshire academics featured at Lumiere London
Two of the University of Hertfordshire’s academic staff, artist Professor Simeon Nelson and composer Rob Godman, are launching a monumental sound and light sculpture, entitled Cosmoscope, at the world renowned Lumiere London festival this week.
18 January 2018
Ben Spurgeon, who graduated from BSc(Hons) Audio Recording and Production in 2016, joins leading provider of audio-visual equipment Audiologic as a support engineer.
17 January 2018
The University of Hertfordshire is sponsoring the Civic Awards 2018. Make your nomination today.
16 January 2018
Former BA (Hons) Fine Art students Hilary Kidd and Henriette Busch will have their work exhibited by London-based art initiative Art Below at Grand Union Station, Los Angeles this December.
14 December 2017
A seven minute video entitled “Slaughter Bots” designed to raise awareness of the dangers of autonomous weapons, produced and filmed by University of Hertfordshire staff and students, has gone viral – generating half a million views in its first week of posting online.
28 November 2017
A new study has defined for the first time the skills that graduates at University of Hertfordshire develop by studying arts, humanities and social science (AHSS) degrees.
27 November 2017