20% off Art Supplies – Cass Art

Good news for students! From Tues 20th - Thurs 22nd April, save  20%  on  your favourite art materials  in-store and online at Cass Art. To top up your creative toolkit, drop into  your local store  and show  your Student ID,  or shop at cassart.co.uk using  your  online student account or a Student Beans code.   

 

For more information visit: www.cassart.co.uk/students

Terms and Conditions – Promotion valid in-store and online at cassart.co.uk, from 00.00.00 Tuesday 20th April to 23.59.59 on Thursday 22nd April 2021. 20% discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount and excludes purchase of gift vouchers and event tickets. Discount applied at till point in stores on presentation of valid photographic student ID. For online purchases, discount is applied at checkout for verified student accounts or using a Student Beans code. Visit www.cassart.co.uk/students for full terms and conditions and details on how to set up a student account. Promotion not valid in Cass Art Edinburgh or Glasgow.

Creative Conscious Talk – Apr 21st

Creative Conscience is an award for students projects that promote sustainability, freedom, equality and well-being. Some of our Level 3 students were awarded in the previous two years! This award reflects in many ways the nature of our course and your projects. Last year winner: Sally Mosley: https://www.typenowhere.com/sally-mosley-creative-conscience/

CC Award Deadline: May 14th 2021

Zoom Talk Apr 21st
Creative Conscience Director Chrissy Levett is giving a talk/workshop for UWE graphics.
You will know more about the organisation mission and award program.

Zoom Talk – Wed Apr 21st – 2PM
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83213518986

Don’t miss this chance to learn more about the entry rules.
Note that you can enter for a specific category or the the Open Brief, using your existing projects.
https://www.creative-conscience.org.uk/awards/

SCRR-B Apr 15th on Zoom

Hi Everyone,
Come along to the final event for the series RE-WORK IN THE FUTURE, run by Street Corner Reading Rooms-Bristol, to re-think our current work structures and work culture and open a conversation on the future of work!

The current Pandemic has highlighted the cracks within our system and radically changed our ways of working.
But does anybody want to go “back to normal”? Maybe this is the best time to re-imagine an alternative norm.

RE-WORK IN THE FUTURE
With guest speaker: Will Stronge
Thursday, April 15 – 06:30 – 8:00 pm

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81233471836?pwd=dWhEZUVhSHIyTVpXUGlDd3dRZ1FWUT09

To get to know more about the project!
Check out: https://padlet.com/ugolinimarco/djq9khiviwxiyh0

This event is run by: STREET CORNER READING ROOMS, a student-led project convening invited speakers and participants in a series of events in the spirit of togetherness and difference. Events might use readings or talks as a springboard to discussions and artistic interventions, resulting in documentation that could take multiple forms.

SCRR has been initiated as a partnership between Philosophy, Fine Art and Graphic Design programmes at UWE Bristol and offers the opportunity to students and alumni to submit a proposal to receive funding for a specific reading room idea. The initiative seeks to make the diversity of voices present in the student body heard and is supportive of pluralist discussion and anti-prejudice agendas.

The Batsford Prize, 2020 – 2021

The Batsford Prize, 2020 – 2021

We’re pleased to announce that the Batsford Prize student award is back and we’d like you to enter. The award is judged by leading industry professionals and boasts a prize pot worth over £5,000.

 

There are four categories to enter:

Plus, new for 2020 – 2021:

  • The People’s Choice Award

 

The prizes

The winner in each category will receive a £500 cash prize. Winners will also receive £50 worth of books for themselves and £500 worth of books for their college.

 

The theme

The theme this year is, ‘Our Planet‘. We are looking for entries that show innovative and well-crafted interpretations of the theme, in terms of subject or materials used, or a combination of the two. There is no restriction on the medium used, and we accept both entries that have been made as part of coursework as well as personal work.

 

Entries for the Batsford Prize 2020

All entries for the postponed Batsford Prize 2020 award will be automatically rolled over to the 2020-2021 award. To allow students to enter new work, we have changed the limit of entries to two per student per category. We have also extended the eligibility criteria to allow anyone who was a student between September 2019 and March 2021 to enter.

 

Deadline for entries: 31 March 2021

Find out more about the award and how to enter here

Immersed Records – Graphic Designer, Paid Opportunity

Undergraduate Graphic Designer Opportunity

Location: Bristol / Remote
Start date: ASAP
Pay: TBC
Hours: TBC / Flexible

Immersed records are a brand-new music label based in Bristol, looking to support students with an opportunity for paid work and valuable experience! We are on the hunt for a talented visuals artist and quality graphic designer to work for us, creating visual content for our label. Work would include tasks such as designing animated videos to post on social media, related to the music and content that we release. You must also have the ability design still images such as album artwork to a high standard.

If interested, please contact hugo@immersedrecords.co.uk

C.E.O’s* (*Climate Evolution Optimists) | 2020 3rd Year Publication Launched

Our third year students have come to the end of their degree here in Bristol. Each year, final year students work collaboratively to generate content, edit and design a collective publication around a theme they decide is important. We then launch it in the city and send it out to our design network, distributing at the degree show, D&AD and at design events through out the year. This year, students worked closely with designer Lauren Davies (https://designed-ecology.com) our Programme Support Assistant and with Senior Lecturer and designer Marco Ugolini  (https://www.jesuismonreve.org/ & https://www.objectif.co.uk/).

 

So, we would like to introduce you to the end of year publication for 2020; ‘C.E.O.s* (*Community Evolution Optimists)’, which launched this week, including the website www.futureceos.co.uk and 2000 printed publications. The website includes links to every graduating students’ online portfolio and we hope you will take the time to look at some of the exciting work produced by designers on the course this year.

 

“The process we went through to complete the book was such an important part of our development as practitioners. We learnt to navigate teamwork, sharing and listening to ideas, collaborating on a large scale and ultimately experiencing a project from the outset, until the moment you are holding the final product in your hand. I think it was enlightening for all of us to experience that process from beginning to end, so we could truly understand what it takes to produce something that we could all be proud of as a collective. 

We began with a few zine workshops and making workshops, based around the themes of Solastalgia, climate-based media narratives and speculative, climate-focused future scenarios. This stemmed from a report evidencing that the Arnolfini, the building in which the Graphic Design studios sit, would be 50cm underwater by the year 2050. 

Being situated in a place that has a strong environmentally engaged community (Bristol), we thought it might be interesting to speak with local residents of all ages about their hopes, thoughts and fears for the future, through the lens of the climate crisis. By speculating on potential climate futures here in Bristol, we sought to engage those groups disenfranchised by current 24/7 media cycles, to think differently and engage in community focused conversations, debates and action around climate issues.” – Lauren Davies, Publication Director

 

Instagram: @future.ceos
Design Team: 

 

Lauren Davies
Director

Emilia Bermejo-Ford
Visual Identity & Content Adviser

Sam Boik
Events management & Ethnographer

Rachel Bonner
Editorial & Layout Designer

Marta Celio
Editorial & Layout Designer

Sienna Chapman
Visual Identity & Photography

Sally Mosley
Digital Designer

Daniel Schenck
Editorial & Layout Designer

Leah Williams
Producer & Social Media Manager

 

Produced by:
Final year students.
BA (Hons) Graphic Design
University of the West of England 2020

 

Published by Typenowhere.
Typenowhere is the publishing wing of the BA (Hons) Graphic Design course at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.

Typefaces: Kepler Std Basic Sans
Printed by: Taylor Brothers

 

C.E.Os: Climate Evolution Optimists
www.futureceos.co.uk
www.typenowhere.com

@future.ceos

 

ISBN 978-0-9576217-7-0

Copyright © Typenowhere

Noah Campeau

I am a designer and director working in moving image.

The Graphic design course at UWE allowed me to explore design without restrictions on format and delivery, whilst learning fundamental rules and how to approach briefs conceptually. By my final major project, I had very much found my feet in a world of video and installation.

Since graduating in 2012 I have worked at an array of Studios in London and Melbourne, Australia. My first out of University was an internship at design studio Hello Charlie London. This is a really important time for anyone, the transition between University and your first job can be daunting. At Hello Charlie I was given time to open up creatively and progress technically.

2 years later I went onto work at award winning studio, Browns. Moving image was fairly new territory for them and I was the first full time motion designer to join the studio. The first project I worked on was a brand refresh for global insurance company, Hiscox. My role was to develop and animate the brands new moving assets and motion guidelines. The studio delivers a very conceptual approach and a fresh aesthetic across all of its cultural and corporate projects, I learnt a huge amount at this studio.

I have been freelancing since leaving Browns over 2 years ago. I have now become a regular designer and director at Treatment Studio, a multi-disciplinary design practice for visual content. More recently I have been taking on projects which have offered me more of a director’s role, the step up in responsibility and ownership over my work has been very fulfilling. In my time at Treatment I have worked across the globe with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Louis Vuitton, U2, Elton John and Queen.

noahcampeau.com

Instagram.com/noahcampeau/

 

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