In preparation for Diversity Matters Awareness Week (#DMAW18) at London College of Communication, we partnered with DoGoodFilms to produce this short film mapping opinions of students and staff on representation, inclusion and the Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) attainment gap... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51igCcyD5HI This film serves as a conversation starter on race and representation at LCC, … Continue reading Diversity Matters x DoGoodFilms at London College of Communication
We're excited to host the first DMAW18 for London College of Communication 23rd - 27th April 2018 - join us! Partners of DMAW18 at London College of Communication include HueTribe, Arts SU, Diversity Studio, Let’s do Lunch Network, DoGoodFilms and our press partner, national Newspaper The Voice. BOOK NOW FOR DMAW18 AT LCC 23RD – … Continue reading BOOK NOW for DMAW18 at LCC 23rd – 27th April 2018!
"Today is about creating your own stories... Your narrative is very important as a creative." - Dr Susan Lynn, Associate Lecturer at UAL. Other Voices Conference took place on the 25th May 2016, part of London College of Communication’s Other Voices project supported by the UAL Curriculum Development Fund, organised by Dr. Susan Flynn. The … Continue reading The Other Voice Conference at LCC
We caught up with Naeem Mahmood; award-winning film director of Brash Young Turks, for a pre-screening interview about his debut feature film, and diversity in the media. https://youtu.be/RYKmA6o_dA0 Filmed and edited by Kai Lutterodt Look out for more from the Screening of Brash Young Turks which took place on the 6th May at London College … Continue reading Diversity and the Media: Brash Young Turks pre-screening interview with award-winning director Naeem Mahmood
Diversity will mean different things to different people. Which is why for Diversity Matters Awareness Week we’re concentrating on race matters with our theme “Let’s Talk About Race” 18th – 23rd April! We’ve been asking University of the Arts London (UAL) students and staff what diversity means to them, and how it’s reflected in their learning … Continue reading Occupy a Space of Authority… UAL Students and Staff share their views on Diversity in their learning Environment pt2