Do you like 'the Arts'?
Are you intending on getting a job at some point in the near/far/extremely distant future?
Most importantly, do you like scones?
(Trust me, you'll like these scones. The kitchens will do us proud.)
We have several former Brasenose students, who now work in the arts, coming along to give short presentations and speak about their experiences in their respective professions. A more informal discussion will follow, along with the all-important tea, coffee, scones and cakes.
Our speakers (all BNC alumni) include:
Paul Burgess – Theatre director, designer and visual artist. Paul has worked on nearly fifty shows ranging from the Young Vic and the Globe to theatres in New York and Islamabad, designing unique set spaces and directing new theatre.
Gareth Prior – Publisher. Within publishing, Gareth has worked in marketing editorial, finance and general management. As well as talking about careers in publishing, he can also speak about getting published yourself.
Roma Backhouse – Festival Director for her own company, Hidden Cities, helping to devise and deliver unique events across the country. She has worked in many areas of art admin with art schools like the Slade, television channels like ITV, and theatres and theatre practitioners from the National Theatre to Steven Berkoff.
Other events you might be interested in:
Two short classical concerts taking place in the Chapel at lunchtime will highlight the pinnacle of Brasenose’s musical talent.
What better way to test out Brasenose College's new kitchens than through a truly scrumptious three-course meal delivered by the finest chefs in Oxford?
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