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News and events

Check out our school in the news below. To find out more about the university’s news, see our news section. Below you can also see what events we are hosting including our subject days where prospective students can experience a course taster session (starting again in the Autumn keep checking the website) . See our full list of subject days.

Latest News

Theatre partnership with GP programme

10 year celebration for theatre partnership with Wrexham GP training programmeThe work with the Wrexham GPs specialty programme, based at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, is now established as a key part of the university’s degree in Theatre, Television and Performance.

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Tara Squibb

Artist who discovered talent through chance visit to university graduates after battling chronic back painThe journey of Tara Squibb has seen her start creating things out of wire at home to ease pain to having her work stocked by an interior designer in London.

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National Award Shortlist

National award shortlist for art exhibition which explores social issues: An art exhibition which raises awareness of issues around child abuse, violence and control has been shortlisted for a national award.

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What's On

26 Feb
Creative Futures
26th February - 1st March 2018

Creative Futures is a creative industries conference that brings discipline-leading experts, from Wales, the UK and the World, into North East Wales, so that their creativity and expertise can be shared with new and upcoming artists, writers, designers and performers.

For more information, visit creativefutures.glyndwr.ac.uk

10 May
10th - 12th May 2018

FOCUS Wales is an annual multi-venue festival taking place in Wrexham, North Wales, which places the music industry spotlight firmly on the emerging talent that Wales has to offer the world.


Creative Futures 2017

As part of Creative Futures 2017, Creative Media Technology lecturer Graeme Park interviewed soul singer Natasha Watts in our TV studio in the Centre for Creative Industries. Watch the interview below.

Creative Futures is a module within the School of Creative Arts, giving students an insight into various areas of the art, design and media industries and providing an understanding of career opportunities, the employment market and how you might function within it. 

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