Media Culture and Practice

Sideways Looks 2013 - some pictures

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learning (or playing with?) Photoshop

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test images from a introductory digital photography workshop:

Sideways Looks pictures

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The show has been de-rigged and packed away... but there are dozens of photographs documenting the event. Click on the images below!

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UWE media students in Fusion with the BBC

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The first Fusion Lab collaboration between BBC and UWE where media students and alumni joined forces to develop ideas for innovative second screen experiences in response to live briefs set by the BBC Natural History Unit and radio producers.

Over a period of three months four interdisciplinary project teams have been exploring new formats for the development of second screen experiences to accompany and extend audience engagement with established BBC programme material. The programme strands explored were 'How Life Works', 'Spring Watch Unsprung', 'Deadly' on CBBC and 'More Than Words' Radio 4 Bristol Festival.

This project was developed and delivered though a partnership between the BBC Academy and UWE's Digital Cultures Research Centre.

See the UWE Media Flickr site for more pictures.

St Matthias Spring Seminar

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fieldwork in consumer culture

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Level 2 ethnographic and experiential research in the field (Cabot Circus shopping centre), October 2010:


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Games, Simulation and Media students research historic developments in console design and player technics:

Media & Cultural Studies level 2 field trip to urban West Yorkshire 2011

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Students, a member of staff, a bin and a signpost outside the National Museum of Media, Bradford.

En route to the National Museum of Media