Author Archives: AHEH

The valuable contributions that Arts and Humanities graduates can bring to interdisciplinary enterprises

In this blog post, Andy Penaluna shares his personal perspectives on the valuable contributions that Arts and Humanities graduates can bring to interdisciplinary enterprises. “I consider myself very fortunate to have been taught to be a designer. I learned to see alternative viewpoints, consider what others may think, see ways to connect new knowledge and […]

Arts in Business, Society and Beyond

Podcast with Venu Dhupa (UK) and Silja Suntola (FI) Join the conversation of the role and potential of arts and culture in our society: Xamk Podcast · Thinking Differently – Venu Dhupa Venu is a recognised expert in national and international cultural policy and is sought after for her innovative thinking on culture, leadership, diversity […]

UWTSD STUDENT ILLUSTRATOR JOINS MADE CYMRU TEAM AS NEW INTERN

UWTSD’s MADE Cymru has welcomed new intern Ben Deere, a second year Illustration student studying at University of Wales Trinity Saint David to its team. Ben will be working closely with MADE Cymru’s teaching team to produce visuals for the Innovation Management and Upskilling for Industry 4.0 courses. Images, animations and video are often used to communicate and explain some of the key […]

Copyright and Creative Work

How Can Open Licences Empower Cultural and Creative Workers? Based on recent studies, this video explains how copyright affects the work of artists and creative professionals and shows how open licenses can be important strategic instruments to promote their work and increase bargaining power in the cultural scene. The origin of the author’s rights (copyright) […]

Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Arts in Ireland – 24

This new Our Thriving Tribe session is with JUNK ENSEMBLE. Junk Ensemble was founded in Dublin in 2004 by twin sisters Megan and Jessica Kennedy. The company is committed to engaging diverse audiences through the creation and presentation of brave, imaginative and accessible work that sheds light on important human issues relevant to society today. […]

Working It Out: a guide for first-time freelancers by UWTSD

Working IT Out - Freelancers Guide

UWTSD has launched a new publication called ‘Working It Out – a guide for first time freelancers’. It covers topics such as: managing your cash; establishing your brand; finding work and troubleshooting. The guide was written for the university’s students, recent graduates and anyone thinking of entering the world of freelancing. It is a comprehensive […]

Interview to Andew Bowen, participant in the AHEH project and graduate from the UWTSD

Andrew Bowen is a participant in the AHEH project and one of two Fine Art graduates from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) to have won places on the Artists Benevolent Fund’s Step Change Fellowship Programme. The programme provides sponsorship funding to help graduates who have experienced disadvantages through social, economic or cultural […]

Interview to Tharamaroa Troconis, CEO of brAIMS

“Being an entrepreneur is all about how you manage ambiguity, uncertainty and risk”. Tharamaroa Troconis, CEO of brAIMS Tharamaroa Troconis, architect and CEO of braAIMS, talks with AHEH about the most important skills for an entrepreneur, her work methodology and professional network, and her experience during the Covid pandemic: