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“NUA is surrounded by this warm creative atmosphere that is filled with quirky bars, shops, galleries and spaces fitting every mood and style.”
Ruby Jaye Wood, London
BA (Hons) Fine Art. Get inspired in Ruby’s blog on her top 5 Norwich creative spaces →
“Interning is the way in to almost every creative industry and it will be worth your time.”
“Norwich is a beautiful fusion of modern and historic buildings; there’s an endless list of cafes and restaurants, modern shopping complexes and a river running through the heart.”
Jordan Hudson, Manchester
BA (Hons) Photography. Check out Jordan’s photo series on coffee and cafe culture in Norwich →
“NUA means opportunity. An opportunity to engage with something you desire to explore; in every way possible through the support of the University.”
Margaret Belle, London
BA (Hons) Architecture. Read Margaret’s blog on Industry Lectures at NUA →
NUA Students’ Union is the link between students and the institution, representing the voice of our students as priority. As well as responsibilities for your student experience, learning & teaching, welfare and support, the SU organises events and co-ordinates societies and clubs and always have tea and biscuits on hand when you need a chat. Find out what Clubs and Societies the SU offers →.
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Judges of the renowned TIGA games industry awards have crowned NUA the UK’s Best Educational Institution 2017. The accolade was announced at an awards ceremony in London in November as TIGA played host to big name brands, studios and professionals from across industry.
Now in their fifth year, the awards honour the best games, businesses and practitioners in the UK games sector. NUA was one of eight universities around the UK in the running for the best institution award, and was also a finalist in the Best Education Initiative and Talent Development category.
Annually, NUA Textile Design students have the opportunity to showcase their final work at emerging design exhibition, New Designers in London. Third year Textile Design student, Amelia Ellwood was awarded the Kalopsia Associate Prize for her abstract and bold interior and fashion prints. Amelia was presented the Award at the Industry Private view in London, June 2017. Find out more about NUA’s Textile Design awards and news.
A short documentary by NUA graduate Laura Wadha has been shortlisted for three film festivals. Laura’s film, Flight, follows the story of her two cousins’ journey from Syria to Europe. It will be shown at the Aesthetica in York and Norwich Film Festival in November and the London Short Film Festival in January. Laura, who graduated from BA Film and Moving Image Production in 2017, said: “I have been working on this short documentary for the past four years and the process has been both rewarding and difficult. When I began developing the film, my main goal was to make something that would show a different perspective of Syria. I wanted to generate empathy for my family and a place which has been so widely covered in the media.”
24 February – 3 March 2018
Students from Norwich University of the Arts (studying on the Graphic Design and Graphic Communication courses), along with students from Nagaoka Institute of Design (studying on the Visual Communication Design course) have worked on the branding and packaging of Sake. This exhibition brings a selection of these projects together for the first time. Expect a mixture of traditional Japanese graphic design and lettering, along with some more contemporary visual ideas.
The exhibition will be open to the public at Norwich School’s Crypt Gallery, running 11am-4pm daily. Please note the building is not open on Sundays, and there is a 3pm close on Saturdays.