Alumni Blog

Interview with Rachael Hastie

by Kirsty Warner As part of the Alumni Blog series, I caught up with Rachael Hastie to find out, among other things, why she chose CMCI’s MA Arts & Cultural Management course, what transferable skills she developed whilst on the course, and to ask what advice she would give to students and graduates looking go… Continue reading Interview with Rachael Hastie

Euro 2020: could Twitter stop racist abuse before it happens?

Dr Ruth Adams of CMCI met up (online) with Dr Nicole Ferdinand, Senior Lecturer in Events Management at Oxford Brookes University, to learn more about her groundbreaking work as part of the research collective RUAIRE.  RUAIRE stands for Responsible Use of AI in Recreation and International Events, and is dedicated to using AI and other… Continue reading Euro 2020: could Twitter stop racist abuse before it happens?

Interview with Emily Nelson

by Kirsty Warner On Monday 22th February, the Discover Careers in: Libraries, Museums & Heritage event saw four panelists gather to discuss the growing variety of routes into Libraries, Museums & Heritage. Emily Nelson was one member of this panel discussion. I followed up with her after the event to discuss how her studies at… Continue reading Interview with Emily Nelson

Interview with Marie-Nour Hechaime

by Kirsty Warner As part of an ongoing Alumni Blog series, I caught up with Marie-Nour Hechaime to find out, among other things,  why she chose CMCI’s MA Cultural & Creative Industries course and what skills, networks, or experiences she would suggest students who want to become a curator, develop whilst at University. Marie-Nour Hechaime is a… Continue reading Interview with Marie-Nour Hechaime

Interview with Harry Luo

by Kirsty Warner In the latest interview for the Alumni Blog series, I caught up with Harry Luo. As Harry is a recent MA Global Media Industries graduate, I was keen to find out, among other things, what he learnt whilst on the course, what skills and experiences he suggests students looking to go into… Continue reading Interview with Harry Luo

Interview with Danielle Green

by Kirsty Warner On Wednesday 3rd March, the Arts and Humanities Alumni Panel saw four panelists gather to discuss the growing variety of routes into different creative careers. Danielle Green, the Associate Director of Annual Giving for NYU Stern School of Business was one member of this panel discussion.  Danielle Green is a fundraising and… Continue reading Interview with Danielle Green

Interview with Lisha Yan

by Kirsty Warner As part of an ongoing Alumni Blog series, I caught up with Lisha Yan to find out, among other things, why she chose CMCI’s MA Art’s & Cultural Management Course and how the course prepared her for a future working the cultural and creative industries.   Lisha Yan is an expert in television… Continue reading Interview with Lisha Yan

Interview with Rosie Eccles

by Kirsty Warner As part of the Alumni Blog series, I caught up with Rosie Eccles to find out, among other things, why she chose CMCI’s MA Cultural & Creative Industries course, what transferable skills she developed whilst on the course, and to ask what advice she would give to students and graduates looking go… Continue reading Interview with Rosie Eccles

Interview with Gabrielle Young

by Kirsty Warner As part of an ongoing Alumni Blog series, I caught up with Gabrielle Young to find out more about her experience on CMCI’s MA Art’s & Cultural Management Course. As part of the following interview, she discusses, among other things, how her time at King’s helped to prepare her for her current career,… Continue reading Interview with Gabrielle Young

Interview with Agata Kowalczyk

by Kirsty Warner On Wednesday 3rd March, the Arts and Humanities Alumni Panel saw four panelists gather to discuss the growing variety of routes into different creative careers. Agata Kowalczyk was one member of this panel discussion.  Agata Kowalczyk is a Writer and Yogi. She completed King’s College London Text and Performance Studies course in… Continue reading Interview with Agata Kowalczyk

Interview with Alicia Liu

by Kirsty Warner In the latest Alumni interview, I caught up with Alicia Liu, to find out, among other things, why she chose CMCI’s MA Cultural and Creative Industries Course, how this course helped to prepare her for her career, and what advice she would give to students currently enrolled on the course. Alicia Liu… Continue reading Interview with Alicia Liu

Interview with Betsy Brand

by Kirsty Warner As part of an ongoing Alumni Blog series, I caught up with Betsy Brand to find out more about her experience on CMCI’s MA Cultural and Creative Industries Course. As part of the following interview, she discusses, among other things, her typical working day and how Covid-19 has impacted it, how she came to enter… Continue reading Interview with Betsy Brand

Interview with Gabriel Whitehead

by Kirsty Warner On Wednesday 10th February, the Arts & Humanities Digital Skills & Creative Arts event saw four panellists gather to discuss the growing value of digital skills to the cultural and creative industries. Gabriel Whitehead was one member of this panel discussion. I followed up with him after the event to discuss how his studies at King’s… Continue reading Interview with Gabriel Whitehead

Interview with Marcela Kopytko

by Kirsty Warner On Wednesday 10th February, the Arts & Humanities Digital Skills & Creative Arts event saw four panellists gather to discuss the growing value of digital skills to the cultural and creative industries. Marcela Kopytko was one member of this panel discussion. I followed up with her after the event to discuss how her studies at King’s prepared… Continue reading Interview with Marcela Kopytko

Interview with Joshua Dedman

by Kirsty Warner As part of a new Alumni Blog series I caught up with Joshua Dedman to find out, among other things, why he chose CMCI’s MA Cultural and Creative Industries Course, how this course helped to prepare him for his current career, and what advice he would give to students currently enrolled on… Continue reading Interview with Joshua Dedman