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Recent graduates have gone on to work for HBO, BBC, Framestore, The Discovery Channel and Sky TV and have had credits on productions including Dr Who, C.S.I, Rogue One.
The music programmes at Oxford Brookes are versatile and flexible, as our students engage with popular and film music, contemporary composition, music production and various traditions of classical music.
Publishing at Brookes is ranked consistently high and is currently 2nd in The Guardian League Tables 2019 with outstanding National Student Survey results 2017 scoring 100% for overall satisfaction.
Where creative practitioners and writers about the arts and culture work closely to create a stimulating environment. Our courses combine the academic rigour of traditional programmes with practical and vocational components. Arts students at Oxford Brookes are well placed to pursue a variety of careers in the creative industries.
Two Oxford Brookes University alumni have received the Best Film Short at the Cannes Film Festival this week.Linda Ludwig and James Curle, who both studied Film at the University, won the accolade for Man of the Hour. The drama premiered at the festival was part of the official selection of the American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase. It was written by actor, writer and producer Tom Palmer and co-produced and directed by Linda and James. Friday, 18 May 2018
Come and see artworks by our very first cohort of talented MFA students. Refreshments will be available. Private View: Friday 29 June, 6-8pm, Richard Hamilton Building (ground floor),continues Saturday 30 June until Friday 6 July, 10am-4pm
Get some chalk on your boots! investigates football through an exploration of its sounding cultures: from the ephemeral football soundscapes of the parish council pitches of South Oxfordshire to the terraces of the Stadio Mario Rigamonti, home of Brescia 1911. 9:00, Friday, 15 June 2018 to 17:00, Sunday, 15 July 2018
The School of Arts provides a vibrant environment for staff and students to develop their research and is committed to building research excellence by nurturing existing and emerging strengths. The School currently has researchers engaged in practice-based research, and theoretical and archival research across the fields of Art & Design, Digital Media, Film, Music and Publishing.
While your studies are a top priority, you will still want to make the most of everything else student life offers. Within the school there are always projects you can work on outside of your chosen field of study, it could be that you wish to work with students from other disciplines, creating the music for a film or digital media project, or filming a piece of performance art, the possibilities are many and various. This might be part of an assessed module or just something you would like to do for fun. Collaborations with students across different subjects is a good way to make more friends. The School of Arts are proud to run university wide initiatives such as The Documentary Club and the University Orchestra and Choir as well as many societies.
The Documentary Club screens documentaries made by independent film makers addressing a wide range of cultural, political and social issues.
Oxford Brookes University Choir and Orchestra (OBUCO) perform twice a year and open to all students, staff and the community (over 18).
Our students’ union is a hub for all kinds of social activities and opportunities to get involved in wider student life.