For over 100 years, Falmouth University has been a dynamic centre for creative learning and innovation. In our Strategic Plan 2012-2017, we present a vision that will enable us to build on this legacy and achieve our ambition to be one of the top five specialist arts universities in the world by 2017.download
Falmouth University is proving its popularity today with over a thousand prospective students and their supporters attending the Undergraduate Open Day.
Met by student ambassadors, potential attendees have the chance to join course talks, seminars, workshops and practical sessions across all of our undergraduate courses. Admissions, finance and student support teams are also available to answer specific questions, while representatives will lead sessions on pertinent university topics from employability to student life.
Falmouth Fine Art London, a three-day exhibition, opens at The Dye House on 28 June, showcasing the work of BA(Hons) Fine Art students from the University.
The exhibition will include a range of 28 works in a variety of media selected from the Fine Art degree show by art critic and curator Sacha Craddock and artist Jesse Leroy Smith, representing their view of the most exciting work made by students graduating this year.
DesignEd. in Cornwall presents the sixth annual awards ceremony and exhibition at Falmouth University.
On Thursday 27 June a private view and awards ceremony opens the three-day show at the Design Centre, Penryn Campus. The event is a culmination of outstanding design and technology work produced by students from schools and further education colleges across the county. The creative work on display is the only large-scale exhibition of its kind in the country and will be open to the public on Saturday 29 June from 10am-3pm.
Applying the well-trodden practice of carrying books on a walk, Senior Lecturer in Theatre at Falmouth, Dr Misha Myers will be leading a public walk and book reading in Scotland this month.
Misha, along with collaborator Professor Dee Heddon, (Theatre Studies, University of Glasgow) have been commissioned by The Bothy Project to continue their Walking Library project, sharing books by taking them on a walk. Books and walking have had a long history, and The Walking Library seeks to bring together walking, reading, reflecting and writing.
MA Creative Advertising students Jess Weeks and Jo Taylor have been announced as the winners of Kickstart 2013 for their ‘outstanding’ submission to the award, and have been presented a financial prize and an internship at the YCN’s studio in London, where they will realise their creative proposal.