The screening at the Regent Street Cinema featured an array of thought-provoking short and experimental films, documentaries and animations!
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As it is the custom every year, CMP students have produced a substantial amount of excellent work for their final major projects. This work was elegantly curated in the Ambika P3 Gallery at the Marylebone Campus in the show that was called Exhibition Sixty1.
The majority of the work was installations and films so the atmosphere of the exhibition was intimate and even immersive as audiences were guided through the space by the lights of the individual projects.
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Our Degree Show this year is at Ambika P3, opening on Monday 8th June (6.30 to 8.30pm), and then on Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th June (11.00am – 6.00pm).
We are also screening our graduation film work at the newly refurbished Regent Street Cinema on Wednesday 10th June (8.30 – 11.00pm – tickets required)
As social media is a major study subject within Contemporary Media Practice, we figured that we might as well use it to do what it does best: connect.
Join our Facebook and Twitter pages to find out more about on-going CMP projects, student success stories, job opportunities, competitions and of course, to find your fellow CMPers, past, present and future!
Help us grow this community so that we can all connect our ideas and take CMP to a new level!
Board of Media is a 10 minute documentary pilot and not-for-profit campaign, created by CMP 3rd years Emma Shoesmith, Alexandra Dack, Connor Hawkins and Jed Welland. Their aim is raising awareness and opening a debate surrounding inequality in action sports advertising, film, photography, prize money and job roles.
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Dance4MeTV is an award winning new webseries created by our 3rd years Rebecca Graham and Emilie Dubois.
The scope of the webseries is to blur the line between reality TV and scripted drama while following eight dancers, their rehearsals and live performances.
Drama unfolds, tension rises and love triangles are formed while they struggle to reach their goal as recognised dancers.
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Final year CMP student Kitti Edwards has been interviewed for Arts Thread, an ‘online educational tool designed to connect students, graduates, universities and industry, exclusively within the field of design and creative industries’
You can read Kitti’s interview here:
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This has received press attention, with the Guardian newspaper publishing an article about this module, and quoting one of our students, Kitti Edwards:
“I would never normally have this opportunity to, for want of a better word, ‘play’ in a laboratory and use these different mediums to make art. You start to think about it all in a different way.”
The Broad Vision module is one of the opportunities that our students have to work in an interdisciplinary way on the course. It is an option module (one that students choose) and was developed by staff from our Photographic Arts and Photography & Digital Imaging Technologies courses, in collaboration with staff from Biomedical Sciences, Psychology, Illustration and Computer Science.
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CMP final year students Liat Wassershtrom, Valeria Di Guardo, Jose Passarelli and Helena Vieira have successfully applied for the artists’ mentoring scheme run by celebrated artists’ group Blast Theory.
Blast Theory is “renowned internationally as one of the most adventurous artists’ groups using interactive media, creating groundbreaking new forms of performance and interactive art that mixes audiences across the internet, live performance and digital broadcasting.”
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“The theme of the TEDx event is ‘Futures Reinvented’, where we will be bringing together the 3 diverse areas of Innovation, Enterprise, and Philanthropy.”
This event is the work of a group of Westminster students, led by CMP final year Iannish Posooa and assisted by several other CMP students.
It is an independently organised event connected with the famed TED Talks series.