17 September, 2020
Dr Franziska Schroeder has gone ‘post-internet and post-meme’ with her recent collaborative VR composition/installation “Mirage” - selected as part of the prestigious Ars Electronica 2020 Festival.
Latest News | 17 September, 2020
Work has now completed on the Visual Voices of the Prisons Memory Archive project, a partnership between QUB staff based in AEL and the Public Record Office (PRONI), supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Broadcast lecturer Don Duncan has co-directed and produced “Gail”, the first in a series of animations of people from a unionist background who’ve discovered and learned Irish.
Latest News | 27 July, 2020
SARC researchers past and present received awards at the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), the leading conference in the field of new musical instrument design and performance, held online 21st-25th July.
Latest News | 9 July, 2020
Professor Janice Carruthers, Professor of French Linguistics at the School of Arts, English and Languages was one of the researchers to make a major contribution to ‘Towards a National Languages Strategy: Education and Skills’ published on 8 July.
3 July, 2020
We are delighted to announce that one of our 3rd year Broadcast Production students Scott Duffield, will be hosting the Royal Television Society NI's Q&A - Writing The Salisbury Poisonings, Monday 6th July 2.00pm - 3.00pm RTS Zoom Onliine
News | 5 June, 2020
Created by Koichi Samuels who runs JAM 4 creative music technology course, part of Junior Academy of Music, at QUB. The voices are pupils of Junior Academy of Music and some instrumental recordings are also included in the music.
Latest News | 8 April, 2020
Dr Paul Murphy (AEL) & Michaela Clarke (DARO) working with Deirdre Wildy (Special Collections & Archives) were awarded £234,600 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NI) for ‘Friel Reimagined: Connecting Diverse Audiences with Heritage’.
Many congratulations to Stephen Kelly and Ryan Perry (Kent) who have just been awarded £366,511 from the Leverhulme Trust for a project entitled 'Whittington’s Gift: Reconstructing the Lost Common Library of London’s Guildhall’.
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The University has been closely monitoring the ongoing escalation of measures being applied to limit the spread of the Covid-19 across the UK and as a result we have made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 International Summer School (STORY).
20 January, 2020
Queen’s Junior Music Academy (JAM) has been successful in the latest round of funding by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, one of Britain’s leading charities supporting the arts and music.
Latest News | 6 January, 2020
Professor Piers Hellawell’s new orchestral work Symphonies in Chains was premiered by the Ulster Orchestra on Wednesday 8th January in the Ulster Hall, a BBC Invitation Concert for later Radio 3 broadcast.
News | 19 September, 2019
On Wednesday 18 September, AEL staff, student mentors and student societies gathered in glorious autumnal sunshine for breakfast in the Cloisters to welcome our new students to the School.
World Premiere of "Family Group with Aliens" by Piers Hellawell at Old First Concerts, San Francisco
News | 21 August, 2019
Professor of Composition Piers Hellawell attended the world premiere of his new work Family Group with Aliens in San Francisco on 16th August 2019
News | 31 July, 2019
Queen’s academic, Professor Richard Schoch, from the School of Arts, English and Languages co-presented a showcase of Restoration Shakespeare in the Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe on 17 July 2019.
News | 10 July, 2019
Congratulations to Zoe Tweedy and Ryan Elliman who are proud winners of the Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust Outstanding Achievement Award in Journalism.
News | 11 April, 2019
A number of new and existing scholarships and awards are available to students on the QUB Music Pathway. These include Ashby Prize, Robb Performance Scholarship, May Turtle Award, Hamilton Harty Scholarships and Douglas C Harrison Bursary
News | 12 April, 2019
At the JAM (Junior Academy of Music) brass recital on Saturday 6th April 2019 six pupils received School of AEL, Athena SWAN Initiative Awards.
News | 26 March, 2019
Following on from previous years QUB Film Studies and Production students again shine at the Royal Television Society (NI) student awards on Tuesday 26 March 2019, held at the Black Box in Belfast.
News | 19 March, 2019
Congratulations to SARC PhD Graduate and ex-employee Úna Monaghan for winning the inaugural Arts Council and National Concert Hall Liam O’Flynn Award 2019
News | 28 February, 2019
AHRC Early Career Research Grant: ‘Dementia in the minds of characters and readers’ (£189k, for 18 months) PI: Dr Jane Lugea (AEL, QUB), Co-Is: Dr Gemma Carney and Dr Paula Devine (SSESW, QUB)
News | 13 December, 2018
The School is delighted to announce that the Modern Languages Core Disciplinary Research Group has won the Research Culture category in the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Prizes 2018.
News | 31 October, 2018
You might not recognise his face, but Peter Dickson has one of the most recognisable voices in TV and radio. Affectionately known as ‘Voiceover Man’, Peter is the most prolific voiceover artist in the UK.
Dr Kurt Werner, SARC, and Ólafur Bogason, Genki Instruments, win Best Paper Award for their Research
News | 21 September, 2018
Dr Kurt Werner, SARC, and Ólafur Bogason, Genki Instruments, win Best Paper Award for their research at the DAFx 2018 Conference
We are delighted that former students of QUB Music, Robocobra Quartet, Kitt Philippa, Joe Campbell-McArdle & Myles McCormack (Lonesome George), and Conor Caldwell, continue to achieve success as they navigate through their chosen music pathways.
News | 3 May, 2018
Congratulations to Dr Matilde Meireles and Dr Diogo Alvim for being awarded first prize for research excellence by the Society for Artistic Research