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Register NOW for a media mentor! This superb student opportunity is only open to University of Lincoln School of Film & Media undergraduates. TWENTY selected students will be mentored by a professional who volunteer their time from the world of work. LSFM Industry Mentoring will run in the new academic year (2019-20), subject to the School’s schedule.
Many thanks to our media mentors who are working in design, photography, animation, promotions, film, television, radio and audio production, as well as in multimedia jobs from scriptwriting to social media for volunteering their time. LSFM Year 1 and Year 2 undergraduates just need to download and complete this LSFM Mentoring Student Form (2019-20). Return your form via email to LSFMmentoring@lincoln.ac.uk by Monday 24th June 2019. Thank you. Continue reading
I applied for LSFM Industry Mentoring as I thought it would give me an insight into post-university life and help me understand how to progress into a media career. I was paired with Ben Atkinson-Foster, the Digital Education Developer for the College of Arts and a former media student at the University of Lincoln, who shared his experiences in industry as well as his interests in Radio; of which he produces and presents a specialist music podcast.
I am an avid music fan and DJ with aspirations to work in the events industry as well as on Radio and so Ben was a very ideal person to have been mentored by. Continue reading
See work by the next generation of creatives at the University of Lincoln – where its Festival of Creativity runs from 28th May to 7th of June. LSFM final year students have crafted their art by studying BA (Hons) Animation and Visual Effects; BA (Hons) Audio Production; BA (Hons) Film and Television Studies; BA (Hons) Photography; BA (Hons) Media Production, and BA (Hons) Media Studies. Find out about the range of Lincoln School of Film & Media undergraduate courses here.
Watch the LSFM Degree Show Collective 2019 Showreel. Thanks to the LSFM Collective team; this video was edited by Reece Taylor-Long and music by Edd Sargisson and Mark Atkinson.
Festival of Creativity 2019 organised by the College of Arts at the University of Lincoln (UK) will run from Tuesday 28th May to Friday 7th June. Organisers said: it will be bigger and better than ever before with contributions from across the whole University.
We have 21 exhibitions and 19 special events There’s so much going on and something for everyone! Many of the events require booking as tickets will be in high demand, but everything is free so visit the website lincolnfestivalofcreativity.co.uk and follow on Twitter @FestCreativity.
Meet the Graduates! We continue our clips from LSFM’s last alumni symposium (2018-19) with our graduate panel sharing with current students a few tips of what employers are looking for when you want to get a job in the media?
Alumni advice from Class of 2006, Film Director/Producer Mike Beddoes; Class of 2007, Graphic Designer Ian Pook; and Class of 2012 working in multimedia, from scriptwriting to acting, Dani Moseley. Continue reading
The University of Lincoln School of Film & Media’s Graduation ceremony will be at 10.30am on Thursday 12th September 2019 at the lovely Lincoln Cathedral.
The University will be in contact with *eligible students, usually by email, this month (April 2019) with further details about registration dates and times. The registration process will need to be completed online. Please ensure your personal contact details are up-to-date, including your personal email account and permanent address.
See more details about September 2019 Graduation on the University’s webpage https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/studentlife/graduation Continue reading
Your invitation to view LSFM’s 2D Drawing and Design Animation Exhibition. It’s on in the Stephen Langton Building foyer, Brayford Pool until Thursday 11th April.
Programme Leader in Animation, Jane Batkin said: Please share with students and staff and come along to see the selection of work from our BA (Hons) Animation and Visual Effects 1st and 2nd years. Continue reading
Meet the Graduates! See alumni advice captured at the University of Lincoln School of Film & Media’s annual networking event, for 2018-19, between former and current students. From the Graduate Question Time panel hear them reflect on what part of their Uni experience helped them in pursuing their passions. Designer Ian begins by confessing what job he thought he’d like to do …
On the panel: Class of 2007, Graphic Designer Ian Pook; Class of 2012, Photographer Steve Smailes; Class of 2017, Illustrator & Book Designer Jamie Hammond; Class of 2007 Scriptwriter and Actor Dani Moseley; and Class of 2016, TV Researcher Emma Bridgewood. Continue reading
Call-out is OPEN for University of Lincoln School of Film & Media undergraduates to register their interest for a mentor from the media industry. This superb student opportunity is due to start in the next academic year (2019-20), subject to the School’s schedule. LSFM Industry Mentoring is designed for TWENTY selected students to be mentored by a professional who volunteer their time from the working world.
Currently our media mentors are working in design, photography, animation, film, television, radio, and audio production, as well as in multimedia jobs from scriptwriting to social media. LSFM Year 2 and Year 1 undergraduates need to apply by MONDAY 29th APRIL 2019. Simply download and complete this LSFM MENTORING 2019-20 Student Form. Return your form to Lynn Johnson via email: LJohnson@lincoln.ac.uk. Thank you. Continue reading
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union will launch the brand new Lincoln School of FIlm & Media Society on Friday 29th March. The event will be held in The Platform, above The Engine Shed, from 6:30pm to 8.00pm and all at LSFM are welcome to come. Here’s a message from President of the LSFM Society, Media Production student, Naomi Lawson:
The event will essentially be an opportunity to experience a taster social at The Platform. There’ll be a finger-food buffet, the bar will be open and there will board games and a quiz with prizes. The committee will do a short presentation about what our society is and what we intend to do, but other than this it will be a chance to socialise and meet students and staff from different areas of LSFM.