The full catalogue of student work across the department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts is now available at:
Media & Communications students contribute work to the show from two key final-year courses: Advanced Projects and the Dissertation.
The Graduate Show opens on 15 June 2016, at 7pm all over the Stockwell Street building.
For applicants and new entrants to our BA Media and Communications for autumn 2014, we have put together a series of slides to give a quick preview of what you will be studying with us next year.
For full details about the course content, please see the BA Media and Communications page in the University of Greenwich prospectus.
Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts [DRHA] is an annual conference whose goal is to bring together the creators, users, distributors, and custodians of digital research and resources in the arts, design and humanities. The conference explores the capture, archiving and communication of complex and creative research processes. DRHA provides an intellectual and physical space for cross-disciplinary discussion and the generation of new ideas, resulting in many new networks and productive research relationships.
The conference will be held at the University of Greenwich, 31 August to 3 September 2014.
Call for Submissions – until 14 April 2014. The conference is open to proposals for papers, roundtables, workshops, performances, exhibitions, and posters.
We’re about to get back in gear for autumn term. For new students on the programme we’ll have an orientation meeting and registration session at 5pm on Monday 26 September, with seminars starting in full from Monday 3 October onwards.
Here’s the seminars schedule for the coming year, and a list of courses with links to further information.
The new term has begun at Greenwich. The two core courses, MEDS1115 Digital Poetics and MEDS1121 Media Work are up and running. Check out the course outlines, freshly updated.
Information on options and meeting times is on the MA Schedule page.