Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business

Nicki has worked in a variety of roles at Admiral for the past 27 years and has managed the partnership between the business and A&B Cymru for seven wonderful years! She is married with two children and is a keen supporter of the arts, particularly organisations who empower and nurture dizplays.com talent to provide all-inclusive opportunities. Some arts and crafts businesses can easily be run from home, selling goods by direct marketing or over the internet. If this is viable for your business, read up on marketing and find out how to set up a small business website.

And she worked at CAST in Cornwall where she produced the Groundwork programme with Director Teresa Gleadowe. Groundwork was a three year project, bringing exceptional international art and artists to Cornwall and culminating in a five month season of exhibitions and events in 2018. These innovative management development programmes bring business skills and experience to the arts while developing managers from all levels of business. Liverpool Hope Business School holds the prestigious AACSB accreditation and has an enviable reputation for developing students with sound theoretical principles, thorough understanding of contemporary business practices and informed by the latest research.

Our approach to teaching will provide you with the knowledge, opportunities, and support you need to grow and succeed in a global workplace. You’ll experience creative production, develop business and technical skills and explore key areas of theory from entrepreneurial leadership, management, and financial, to legal and technical topics, drawing on high-profile case studies. They advocate and broker business based creative development to position the arts as a catalyst to help achieve business solutions, while securing new income streams for the arts and cultural sector. They advocate the power of the arts and engage in business development in order to grow the corporate marketplace for partnerships with the cultural sector.

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It was originally set up as part of Arts & Business Limited a UK wide creative network that advocates and facilitates creative partnerships between the private and cultural sectors. Intelligence and Security Studies As an inter-disciplinary research centre, established to deal specifically with intelligence issues, policy and institutions, to promote and develop social science and policy-oriented approaches to intelligence. Global Lives Research conducted in the Centre addresses the challenges facing society, helping to change the lives of people around the world by bringing economic, social and cultural benefits. The College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences is a community of scholars all of whom are engaged in exploring the world we live in and engaging with ways of changing it for the better. The college is committed to delivering excellent research led teaching and in preparing its students to lead successful lives and to have brilliant careers. The judges acknowledged the broad ranging and powerful contribution Alice has made to the Board.

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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. Engage critically with theoretical perspectives, major debates, and intellectual paradigms in the fields of art history, visual culture and arts criticism, and to encourage comparative reflection on the shared and contested knowledge produced therein. Discover our wide range of contemporary courses, built with practice-based learning and international opportunities at every stage. Aims at bringing arts and business scholars together in a dialogue about a number of key topics that today form different understandings in the two disciplines.

Talk about any subjects you’re studying that don’t have a formal assessment and any sponsorships or placements you’ve applied for. And don’t be scared to add in details about your social, sports or leisure interests. Whilst not essential it is advised you own a computer or laptop capable of creative work. However, you can borrow a laptop from the university or use one of our shared computer rooms. The University reserves the right to increase fees for subsequent years of study in line with increases in inflation (capped at 5%) or to reflect changes in Government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament. Applications from mature students (21+) with alternative qualifications and/or considerable work experience will be considered on their merits.

Collaboration with industry Our academic experts collaborate closely with industry partners, helping them bring design, creativity and critical thinking to their day-to-day businesses and developing their innovation capabilities. Despite the staggering growth during the pandemic, there is enough reason to believe that creative industries will boom in the UK and across the rest of the world. A Gov.UK report expects the digital, culture and media sectors to be valued at more than £286 billion by the next year.

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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. The MA will provide you with the opportunity to undertake a placement or research project with an organisation from the sector, enabling students to apply their knowledge in a business setting. A number of the University’s graduate attributes will be developed through study of the programme, including engaging as an active and committed global citizen. During this (one-year full time/ two-year part time) level 6 course, you will be supported to navigate the extensive range of careers in the creative and cultural sectors…. This in-depth degree gives you the opportunity to understand how businesses operate and the ethical and social impact they have on communities.

An experienced and passionate Welsh theatre director and producer, Geinor was born in Merthyr Tydfil. Karen is a Trustee of the Hodge Foundation, which awards grants to charities across a range of causes. Her particular focus is engaging with charities which work with people to encourage positive experiences. The Foundation is committed to giving people from all backgrounds the opportunity to fulfil their potential and to thrive. 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. It’s that belief in culture separating us from savages, and an eight-year long, seven country-wide meta-study conducted by University of Toronto researchers offers scientific proof.

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Art in the workplace encourages and promotes social interactions, it stimulates emotional responses and fosters personal relationships. 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. Pooling the knowledge and experience of our members has enabled us to compile this catalogue of resources. In it, the cool kids of architecture celebrated the neon brashness and space-age wonder of the ever-evolving Las Vegas Strip, its unabashed mainlining of visual overload a fun-filled retort to the clean lines of modern architecture.