Don’t miss another wonderful music performance today at Merchiston! The performance will be held by Paul Ferguson. Come along to hear and discuss excerpts of classic albums in stereo and surround sound in a recording studio environment.
This event comes as part of the edinburgh napier degree show 2016, so make sure to take a look around campus at the incredible work on display by our final year students!
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Make sure to visit our photography department at merchiston campus this week to see the fantastic work produced by our students.
all the art work on display has been produced by fourth year students for their final year projects and cover a range of themes and styles from iconic woodland shots to full frontal male nudity.
Also amongst the projects is best in show award winner “Denied” created by photography student Denitsa Toshirova.
By having the sitters photographed from behind, denied questions the traditional formula of the ID photograph. The project aims to open up a wider debate around the power of looking, focusing on the viewers individual interpretation as a means of exploring stereotypes and common prejudice.
4pm Room B2 FREE and no need to book, simply come along!
Are you muddled by Minecraft? Is it really worth 2.5 billion dollars? Are there any positive benefits to it? What happens when you actively engage with young people and Minecraft? Are you worried that your children spend far too much time in a world you simply don’t understand?
Lecturer Tom Flint has been studying Minecraft from a psychological point of view for the past 4 years. His latest project is a mixed reality game created in collaboration with Jupiter Artland and pupils from Ratho Primary School for the Edinburgh International Science Festival. This talk will cover 3 topics:
A tourist’s guide to Minecraft
Positive uses of Minecraft.
Jupiter Artland in Minecraft.
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Edinburgh napier lecturer Dave Hook today gave an impressive hip hop performance with his group Stanley Odd. The music recital featured an hour long set to a number of students in Napiers own music rooms.
Scottish Hip hop has seen a rise in popularity in recent years with many groups realising untapped potential within the harsh lyricism and powerful beats that the genre provides.
take a look at our gallery below:
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Films produced by Karlie Simmonds, photography by Kieran Reiss Delaney
Students and members of the public gathered on Monday the 23rd may of may for a spectacular performance/ presentation in modern sound production Technology.
Simon Stokes, a representative of Ableton UK, performed an hour and a half masterclass in the production, sourcing and mixing of music using a variety of modern technologies.
Simon Stokes is the owner and head tutor of Shoogle Studios, Scotland’s leading electronic music studio. As a lifelong music lover and trained audio engineer, he has played many instruments over the years, but found his passion for synthesizers and drum machines in the late ‘90s.
Releasing house and techno music on record labels worldwide, Simon began to share his knowledge of Live in 2007, teaching individuals from his home studio whilst touring Europe as a DJ and live act.
In this public lecture, Dr Alistair Duff, professor of information policy at Edinburgh Napier University, will explore some of the important issues surrounding privacy.
What exactly is privacy? Why is it valuable? Is it, as many say, in crisis, threatened by information and communication technologies in the hands of corporations, the state and other powerful organisations? The lecture will relate some of the best academic work on this highly controversial topic, and then apply it to some important domains, for example, CCTV, government surveillance, the population census, and education. Duff will then try to draw some overall conclusions and makes some recommendations for the future.
This 30-minute lecture will be followed by up to 15 minutes of discussion time.
Two teams from Edinburgh Napier have triumphed in the inaugural IPA Scotland Student Advertising Awards.
Corina Cristea & Julie Geiger and Kendra Bodles & Laura Scott joined Edinburgh University student Mo Sriskulpinyo in lifting the prestigious prizes on the night.
Their winning ideas ranged from creating a campaign which encourages parents to be their children’s green superheroes, to using worms to highlight human food waste, to an app that connects to energy meters to display usage in real-time.
All five win paid placements within leading Scottish advertising agencies and the overall Grand Prix winners – Corina Cristea and Julie Geiger – also share the £1000 prize money.
Here is a full list of awards (cash prizes) given by Brian Coane, Chairman IPA Scotland, at the Degree Show:
Best in Show and Planning in Advertising – Kendra Bodles.
Best Achievement for Campaign Creation and Digital Creative – Megan Bryden.
Best Achievement for Digital Creative – Jake Bartanus, Laura
Best Achievement for Concept Creation- Mairi Wilson, Niall
McKenna, Danny Hill.
Consistently Good Work – Aisling Holling, Corina Cristea, Judit Kajel.
Also awarded were Graduates from 2014 Yme Gorter and Paul de Ridder into the
Alumni Hall of Fame.
Corina Cristea and Julie Geiger were the IPA winners for Media Strategy and the overall President’s Award winner.
Our very own multiple award-winning Susie Henry (recently retired Programme
Leader of MSc Creative Advertising) presents the inaugural IPA Award for
Creativity to Laura Scott and Kendra Bodles.
The evening at Summerhall gave our students a valuable opportunity to
network and meet many of the industry professionals that have provided guest
lectures and live projects, and the potential to make new contacts which may
lead to work experience over the summer trimester.
looking for something to entertain the little ones today? then why not come along to our FREE Wee replicators event for children aged 6+.
Learn all about 3D printers and how to use them. Try your hand at using our 3D printing pens and take home some 3d printed souvenirs!
Drop in sessions last around 20 minutes. Maximum of 10 children per session.
You can drop off your child(ren), leave them with us for 20 minutes while you go and check out the degree show or you’re welcome to stay too.
Wee Replicators is run by Denise Allan, one of last years design graduates. She provides 3D printing birthday parties, events, workshops and weekly kids clubs and classes. For more information visit weereplicators.com or facebook.com/weereplicators
also on today…
MUSIC PERFORMANCE – Merchiston Campus
No need to book just drop in as you please!
10.30am Recital Room (A78) FREE
sit in on a beautiful performance by the astounding Simon Stokes (Ableton UK) – Presentation/Demonstration of Ableton Live software
DRAMA WORKSHOP with LARAH BROSS
FREE – come along and join Larah Bross at Merchiston Campus Apex Café 1-3pm to improve your am-dram skills!