Creative Wednesdays

The UWS Creative Media Academy is delighted to announce a new initiative called ‘Creative Wednesdays’. Every Wednesday students and staff are invited to get involved with a series of creative activities, screenings, master classes and professional practice sessions designed to both inspire and prepare students for the real world of creative industry employment. During the … Continue reading

How to Choose?

Written and performed by Davey Anderson and Gary McNair Produced by Angie Bual Try to visualise each of the steps which have brought you to this moment. The squirms of regret at making the wrong turn. The waves of smugness at getting it right. All of the life choices, and the imperceptible instinctive decisions, that … Continue reading

Flip Side

June 2014 Exploring the big ideas behind the independence debate. How do we choose? In the run up to the referendum on Scottish independence we want to take a closer look at what informs our democratic choice. Flip Side is a warm and welcoming space for philosophical discussion. It’s a party to celebrate doubt and … Continue reading

Interstices Symposium

A symposium in the UWS space on Friday 28th February at CCA Glasgow with contributions from PhD students, Professor Katarzyna Kosmala and Tony Grace. Keynote presentations from Josep Zanki, Associate Professor at the University of Zadar, Croatia. Lecture session 1030-130 Mirila: remembrance and oblivion. Mythical tradition, performance art and documenting Over last 17 years I … Continue reading

Odd Numbers meets Room 13

A joint seminar on critical pedagogies and public art practices with participants from the School of Creative and Cultural Industries and the School of Education’s MEd Artist Teacher programme, at Room 13, Caol Primary School, Fort William on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th February 2014. Participating artists from Room 13, with Nicola Atkinson (NADFLY) and … Continue reading

Leave Your Shoes at the Door

In October 2011 a group of international artists met for a week’s theatre residency in Glasgow to develop a performance: Pritam Kapoor originally from Singapore, now living in London; Lucy Fitzpatrick originally from Scotland, now living in Sydney; Monika Nawrat from Poland, currently lives in Scotland; Gordon O’Neill from Northern Ireland, currently lives in Scotland … Continue reading

Sealladh 2013

The School of Creative and Cultural Industries and the B-for-Braw artists’ collective invite you to the opening night of the UWS MA Creative Media Practice Spring Sealladh.    This Sealladh (Gaelic for ‘Show’ or ‘Spectacle’) is an exhibition of artwork produced by the group as a response to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.    The … Continue reading

Bullet Catch

Bullet Catch – on tour in the UK and the US in spring 2013 Directed by Lecturer in Performance, David Overend Written and performed by Associate Lecturer, Rob Drummond A stunt so dangerous Houdini refused to attempt it, the Bullet Catch has claimed the lives of at least 12 people since its conception in 1613. … Continue reading

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