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Pieces from an international 3D print project led by the University of Hertfordshire will be showcased in an exhibit at London’s Oxo Tower this week. The artwork was created during 3D Print Connect, a virtual event held in April created by Herts Propeller; a design studio based in the University’s School of Creative Arts. The project brought together 30 South African artists from disadvantaged backgrounds with

Over 300 students from the University of Hertfordshire and Brooklyn College in New York, Nagoya Zokei University of Art and Design in Japan and Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa put their creativity to the test in the ambitious online Design Sprint – thought to be one of the first events of its kind held by a university

Helping businesses capitalise on Hertfordshire’s world-class film and TV industry. Free Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited courses at the University of Hertfordshire. Herts Camera Action is an exciting new project set to drive innovation by supporting the creative industries’ supply chain, invest in creative skills and knowledge exchange, and develop a series of brand-new screen tourism products to support the rebuild of Hertfordshire’s visitor

Congratulations to 'The Future Starts With You' who won First Place. The team members of this winning group are Oyinlola Awolowo, Atiya Ditta, Eloiza Elliott, Catherine Gazy, Shanjudaa Jeyakumar, Helin Sahin and Jessica Wigley. Second Place and Student's Choice Award were won by 'Allsinners' who tackled the Allsaints brief. The team members of the 'Allsinners' Group are Olivia Culley, Amira Hussein Abdelgaffar Hussein, Mark Joshman,

Our new and exciting projects 'Going Circular; Harris Tweed Hebrides Repurposing British Waste Textiles' and 'Sustainability Visualised - Net-Zero at a District Council Level' are now underway! The Harris Tweed Hebrides project will embed sustainable and circular economy practices amongst Harris Tweed Hebrides’ network of weavers to deliver net-zero wins and create new revenue streams through design and manufacture of unique woven products.

Looking for a Christmas gift that's better than a pair of socks? This year we are offering a number of short courses as Christmas gift ideas. • Kids and Adults Art Classes • Adult Art Classes • Glass Art • Ceramics • Art and Wellbeing Course For more information please visit go.herts.ac.uk/creativeshortcourses or contact the short courses team on 01707 285327 or via e-mail at ad-shortcourses@herts.ac.uk

The Watford Young Entrepreneurs Programme (WYEP) is an exciting new programme funded by Watford Borough Council and delivered by the University of Hertfordshire. The programme is designed to provide free expert tailored advice, support, and grant funding to young entrepreneurs and those interested in becoming entrepreneurs in Watford. Working with the Business Development team colleagues from SOCA will be delivering mentoring and workshops

Our Design Sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping and testing ideas. Developed at Google Ventures, it’s a “greatest hits” of business strategy, innovation, behaviour science, design thinking, and more—packaged into a battle-tested process that any team can use. The 2021 – 2022 Sprint will be truly international with partners in Japan, South Africa and the USA.

The School of Creative Arts Enterprise Club is a place to come together to discuss business opportunities, meet with industry experts from the world of business and design and to help students and graduates realize their entrepreneurial ambitions. This is a space to test out ideas, meet like minded creatives, and to receive feedback, support and advice. Each semester we will select

The project will embed sustainable and circular economy practices amongst Harris Tweed Hebrides’ network of weavers to deliver net-zero wins and create new revenue streams through design and manufacture of unique woven products. The vision of the project is to recycle excess Harris Tweed® into unique and/or bespoke products and at the same time support the rehabilitation of women prisoners through training to