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Principal Lecturer and Professor of Graphic Art. Award winning Illustrator with 30 years of industry engagement. Currently Head of Undergraduate Studies in the School of Visual Communication. Responsible for developing courses in the School of Art and initiating several outreach programmes for the University. Research areas include the development of autographic print processes in contemporary graphic art practice.
He teaches across all 3 years of the undergraduate course in Illustration at BCU, has delivered lectures to several postgraduate courses and is supervising a PHD student.
Andrew has had years of experience examining courses, both BA and MA in the UK and Ireland and has been on many review and validation panels both in the UK and Europe.
In 2014 Andrew set up the Parkside Press to produce small run publications and posters. Andrew has won major industry awards including the Yellow Pencil (D&AD) and the V&A award as well as working for many publishers and design groups in the UK, Europe and US. Recently he ran an International Open elective at NID in India. He will be exhibiting work in several London exhibitions, RCA Secret at the Dyson Gallery London and 175 years of Postage Stamps at House of Illustration, London May 2015.
He is a member of the Association of Illustrators and has been accepted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and has been elected to be a member of the Art Worker’s Guild.
Andrew shares his vision for Visual Communication at Birmingham City University:
Professor Kulman has written a number of blog posts on Views@BCU:
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Association of Illustrators
Andrew Kulman has taught at Brighton University, University of Westminster, Kingston University, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, SHAPE (Hong Kong), SUIC Bangkok. Andrew has lectured and given workshops at over 25 art colleges and universities.
He has written about contemporary Illustration practice, new developments in graphic novels and art and design pedagogy.
Practice based research and assessment in art schools.
Andrew has supervised postgraduate and doctoral students through to completion. He is currently the director of studies for the first horological PhD in the UK. Andrew is also a much sought after External Examiner and has to date examined at over 10 UK universities.
Paper accepted for 3rd International Arts in Society Conference: ‘ Considerations of Recent Excursions in Authorial Illustration; A series of practical case studies’
Paper accepted for 11th ELIA Biennial conference Nantes France: ‘Design a New Vision for Art?’
BCU 2015: Visionaries Illustration Conference
Paper accepted Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey: ‘Interdisciplinary Practices in UK Art and Design Education’
Pechakucha presentation 13th ELIA Biennial conference Glasgow 2014
Paper presented at 4th VaroomLab Illustration symposium 2015
Varoom journal – ‘Chamber of Genius’ The caricature of Thomas Rowlandson
International of the Arts in Society (Volume 3, number 6)
Interpretation 3 AOI Illustration Conference AUB 2014
Andrew Kulman is one of the University’s dedicated team of trained media champions, and can comment on a range of subjects including:
Birmingham City University Press Office on 0121 331 6738 or 07967 271532.
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Andrew has featured on the BBC, and in many magazines, including Sunday Times, Financial Times, New Scientist, Atlantic Journal, Vogue, Elle. He is has worked for major publishers, Jonathan Cape, Penguin Books, Bloomsbury, Picador and in America, Farrar, Strauss and Giroux and Simon and Schuster.
He has exhibited widely in UK and Europe and has work in National collections including the V&A art collection and the Tate collection of prints. He was selected for the 3rd International Egyptian Print Triennial. He is a regular exhibitor at the Royal College of Art (RCA Secret) and has exhibited in the Association of Illustrators and European Illustration awards.
He is the recipient of numerous industry awards, D&AD (consumer poster), WH Smith award for editorial, Vogue Sotheby award, V&A award for publishing.
Linkedin: Andrew Kulman
Andrew Kulman’s blog: https://andrewkulman.wordpress.com/