Business of the Creative Industries BA

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Art contributes to a productive working culture and it has been proven that workplace design has the power to motivate, engage and nurture individuals. Art in the workplace encourages and promotes social interactions, it stimulates emotional responses and fosters personal relationships. Art has far reaching effects within the organisation and is not just a major player in how the company is viewed but also how the people who work within it and come into contact with it, feel. We discussed Corporate Image as the vehicle for the Business to present itself to its stakeholders, how it perceives itself and how it communicates its values and personality in a visual sense. Laura leads the Communications team at Orchard, devising and delivering effective multi-channel communication campaigns for a portfolio of key clients, from the private and public sector, across Wales, the UK and beyond. Pooling the knowledge and experience of our members has enabled us to compile this catalogue of resources.

You might not be conscious to its influence in business, but it is always there, irreversibly assimilated. The partners behind the four-year Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage programme have released the findings of a major new report into the current funding landscape for Scotland’s heritage sector. To help people working in Scotland’s heritage sector to develop their fundraising skills.

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That’s about 40 hours of classes and independent study each week during term time. Everyone learns at a different rate, so the number of hours you spend on independent study will be different to other students on your course. We teach you in a variety of formats, from lectures, seminars and workshops, through to problem-based learning sessions where you will work on business and creative challenges in small industrial teams.

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  • The first core module will introduce some of the definitions, systems and structures of the creative industries, and key debates that affect the sector and those working in it.
  • You will learn to develop your own creative practice in a thriving creative community in the heart of the UK’s second city on a course which mixes traditional surroundings with current international debates.
  • The University has put in place measures in response to Covid-19 to allow us to safely deliver our courses.

You’ll take part in a group project where you’ll apply your entrepreneurial and creative expertise and develop your collaboration skills, essential for the creative industries. You can tailor this project to your own interests, such as writing a business portfolio, developing a screen, stage or interactive project or completing a dissertation. There will be essential sessions on how to design and develop your research, and you’ll have one to one supervision with an academic or industry specialist throughout your project.

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As well as celebrating the programmes impact record the judges also noted the excellent staff engagement. The Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprises have, for 22 years, helped graduating students in creative disciplines move into successful freelance careers. Through start-up capital, mentoring and business training the programme has, to date, supported over 1,800 students and provided over £1.2m in start-up capital. The judges felt this was a compelling and inspiring new partnership that demonstrated the success of multiple businesses supporting the arts. The consortium was a true example of how collaboration can create a strong and sustainable arts programme for the community. Josie Cockram, Lecturer in Contemporary Art and Curation, leads professional practice lectures, seminars and workshops.

How to apply

The above grades are based on the 2 to 5 scale, where 3 is the pass mark and 5 is the highest mark. Offer conditions will vary depending on the grading scale used by your institution. After graduating from Queen Mary, you join ournetwork of alumni from over 100 countries, and get access to exclusive benefits and networking opportunities.

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