Supporting the next generation of Graphic Designers at Northumbria
Aspiring Graphic Design students at Northumbria University will have the opportunity to enhance their learning experience, through the new Vaughan Oliver Scholarships, launching in September 2021.
‘Languageless’ public health messaging to fight the pandemic
Academics from Northumbria University, Newcastle, have developed public health messaging materials with a difference to overcome communication challenges in Guatemala.
Research project results in new national cycle route
A Northumbria University academic has designed a 2,000-mile cycle route linking all 42 of England’s cathedrals as part of a PhD project researching how historic places of worship can establish sustainable futures.
The art of social distancing - new project to explore how research and practice in the arts can inform social distancing policy in UK cities
Academics are to work with resilience planners from UK cities to explore how art and performance could be used to establish successful social distancing strategies.
Support for SMEs and students through Northumbria paid internship scheme
Businesses working in the creative and cultural sectors have been among the hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, with many smaller organisations facing a massive loss of revenue.
Northumbria University student shortlisted for Gillian Dickinson North East Young Sculptor Award 2020
Jade Booth-Malone, a third-year Fine Art student from Northumbria University, is amongst the eleven shortlisted artists who will compete for the Gillian Dickinson North East Young Sculptor (GDNEYS) Award 2020.
Cornish Revealed – artist as you’ve never seen him before
Northumbria University exhibition provides a behind-the-scenes look at the life and work of the celebrated County Durham painter Norman Cornish.
Discover an alternative path through a fabricated history in visionary new exhibition
From steam-powered airships to clockwork computers and Neo-Victorian fashions, Fabricating Histories: An Alternative 19th Century explores what might have happened in science and art had history taken a different path.
Cat got the cream!
Northumbria University and Tyneside Cinema are delighted to announce Cat Auburn as the cinema’s new Graduate Artist in Residence.
Students help shift expectations of art and education with unique exhibition
Northumbria will next week host an innovative end-of-year show by Masters’ students working across Fine Art and Education.
Two Northumbria Fine Art students amongst 10 shortlisted for the Woon Foundation Prize 2016
The 10 finalists for this year’s prestigious Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Prize have been announced after a record number of applications.