Open Day - June 2017

Open Days

Saturday 4 November, 9am – 3pm (UG/PG)

Saturday 25 November, 9am – 3pm (UG)

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Our People

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  • Sheila Griffiths

    Senior Lecturer and Pathway Leader

    Sheila Griffiths is a Senior Lecturer and Pathway Leader at Birmingham City University's School of Fashion and Textiles , where she teaches Pattern Cutting to undergraduate students on all three levels of the BA (Hons) Fashion Design programme and is Garment Technology pathway leader to the final year undergraduates. Sheila...

  • Matt Grimes

    Senior Lecturer in Music Industries and Radio, Award Leader MA Music Industries, Degree Leader Music Industries

    Matt Grimes is the award leader for MA Music Industries, Degree Leader for Music Industries at the Birmingham School of Media and Senior Lecturer in Music Industries and Radio. Prior to joining the Birmingham School of Media and the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research (BCMCR) as an academic, Matt worked...

  • Julie Hadley

    Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

    Julie is a Senior Lecturer in Midwifery. She has been employed in higher education since 2008. After qualifying, she worked as a midwife at the Birmingham Women's Hospital and later as a Research Midwife. She was then employed as a project manager and research teacher and was involved in developing, delivering and assessing...

  • Dr Ole Hagen

    Lecturer in Fine Art

    Ole's work currently encompasses video, sculpture, drawing and performance, with an emphasis on video as a core practice. He approaches the moving image as a sculptural tool, creating theatrical tableaux that are animated by the spatial movement of the camera rather than the collage of editing. The work is informed by an...

  • Dr Janet K Halfyard

    Director of Studies (Undergraduate)

    Dr Janet K. Halfyard is Director of Undergraduate Studies at Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University,where she teaches courses on film and TV music, and on twentieth century and contemporary music. Her publications include Danny Elfman’sBatman: a film score guide (Scarecrow Press, 2004), Music in Cult TV...

  • Rose Hall

    Senior Lecturer

    Rose qualified as a registered general nurse in the 1980s and completed her children’s nurse training in the early 1990s. Her practice experience has been adult medicine, children’s day surgery and orthopaedics, neonatal surgery and paediatric intensive care. Rose has worked at Birmingham City University as a Senior Lecturer...

  • Simon Hall

    Head of Music Technology

    Simon Hall’s musical interests are wide-ranging, which is reflected in his variety of work. He is an active composer, producer, recording engineer and bass trombone player as well as educator. He has worked across a range of genres in a range of capacities, with artists as diverse as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Pierre Boulez,...

  • Julie Hall

    Senior lecturer in Radiotherapy

    Julie Hall is passionate about raising the profile of radiotherapy both as a cutting edge treatment for cancer and as a profession. To do this she helps to arrange open evenings at clinical radiotherapy departments in the West Midlands, she liaises with cancer networks and patient groups and writes a regular blog for NHS local,...

  • Joy Hall

    Head of Department

    Since gaining my RN at Addenbrookes Hospital in 1982 I have worked in adult and sexual health nursing. In 1986 I moved into nurse education, initially as a clinical teacher at The Whittington Hospital & The Nightingale College of Nursing in London. Since that time I have worked in various roles within health care...

  • Professor Jonathan Harris

    Head of School

    I have been working on a trilogy of books on the theme of globalization and contemporary art since 2009, published by Wiley-Blackwell USA. The first, a major sole-edited anthology, Globalization and Contemporary Art , was published in May 2011 (UK). The second, m y sole-authored book, The Utopian Globalists: Artists of...

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