Resources to explore before starting at NUA
We spoke to our undergraduate Course Leaders for their recommendations on what resources to take a look at ahead of starting your place at NUA in September.
Find stage shows, musicals and opera to watch online for free at What’s On Stage.
Have a watch of The 12 Principles of Animation.
Take a look at Frank Ching’s Seeing.Thinking.Drawing blog
The Business of Fashion is an invaluable resource, a one-stop source of up-to-date news and opinion pieces on the ever-changing fashion industry. Prefer to listen or watch? Don’t forget to check out their Podcasts, Instagram Lives and Youtube too!
Have a watch of the films The Lighthouse, Uncut Gems and Escape.
Visit Project Space X, a 3D virtual gallery that has been set up in response to the temporary distancing from the project spaces in NUA’s St George’s building.
Explore work on ArtStation, as well as the potential for sharing your portfolio or blog.
Have a read of the book A-Z of Visual Ideas by John Ingledew and check out It’s Nice That, which showcases lots of new and emerging work.
Look up and have a read of Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling.
Explore the popular design trend of tiny living by watching the documentary We The Tiny House People.
Browse contemporary photography, articles and conversations on Photoworks.
Have a watch of Johannes Ipen’s TedX Talk Humans, not Users: Why UX is a Problem.