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Students' hard work showcased in performances of Noye's Fludde

Students from across UCA saw their hard work showcased in ACT’s collaborative performance of Noye’s Fludde by Benjamin Britten, in Picardy, France last month. This one-act opera, composed in 1957, has become a major collaborative piece, funded by ACT,  that has seen the involvement of students from UCA as well as Melbourne Village College, the Royal Opera House Learning and Participation and  Southend YMCA. 702 more words


Live & Kicking 2015 - Student Interviews

Events like the Live & Kicking conference present a variety of different opportunities to students of the music courses across various disciplines. Two students, Rosalyn Boder and Matt Bisgrove, were lucky enough to have the opportunity to interview this year’s guests. 642 more words


ESADHaR and UCA join forces to design exhibition space

In November, five Fine Art students from ESADHaR worked with Level 2 Interior Architecture students for the initial stage of designing an exhibition space for the… 23 more words


Interior Architecture and Design students address inefficiency in the workplace

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Interior Architecture & Design students from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) have developed an ambitious exhibition with multidisciplinary studio Aberrant Architecture that challenges the efficiency of workplaces. 283 more words


Interior Architecture students' winning proposal celebrated in France

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A proposal by Architecture students from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) to reimagine a former school building in Lens, France has been declared as the winner of an INTERREG ReCreate competition and celebrated with a launch event in Lens. 360 more words


Medway Photo Festival: student exhibits

Charlotte Rose Edwards

Hannah Vigors

Luna Limbu

Ollie Gapper

Catherine Stuart

Kate Morrison exhibits at Medway Photo Festival


UCA photography students takeover Medway

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Budding photographers from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) exhibited at three sites across Chatham as part of the annual Medway Photo Festival. 355 more words