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Arts Management: Stories

Gain the skills and experience you need for a successful career in the creative sector, along with two work placements, in our industry-led course.

Arts Management MA: Focus on employability

With 100% employment rate for arts management students after graduating, our students go on to many different and exciting careers within the industry.
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On the big screen: #MadeInWales

With breathtaking landscapes and more castles per square mile than anywhere in the world, Wales has always been a favourite with film producers looking for epic outdoor locations.
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TV on location: #MadeInWales

If you live in Cardiff it’s not unusual to see an ambulance from Holby City Hospital parked down the next road, a Cyberman marching down the high street, or a car park full of dressing room trailers and catering vans.
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Perfection isn't everything: Tim Rhys-Evans on music and mental health

Highlighting the importance of music and its positive impact on our wellbeing, Director of Music Tim Rhys-Evans wrote for Music Teacher magazine about his personal relationship between music and mental health.
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Mental Health Awareness Week: Looking after your wellbeing

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and we’ve teamed up with Student Services Manager, Kate Williams, to give you some key tips, advice and resources about how to take care of your own mental well-being.
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Career pathways: Orchestral Management

Orchestral Management is one of three pathways on the College’s Arts Management MA course.
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Strengthening music in society: Training musicians of the future

At RWCMD we cherish the value of music-making for our wellbeing and cultural health.
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Arts Management: Producing a lockdown opera

The MA Arts Management course is unique because of its vocational focus. Students leave the College as resilient, work-ready graduates that can achieve success in a fast paced and ever-changing industry.
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The Flying Bedroom Theatre Company: trust and teamwork

Catching up after a busy summer, we spoke to four members of the Flying Bedroom Theatre Company about touring, trust, collaboration and the future.
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Graduate Toks Dada: Southbank Centre’s new Head of Classical Music

Meet the new Head of Classical Music at the Southbank Centre!
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Arts Management: Iceland Symphony Orchestra’s Managing Director Lára

Arts management grad Lára Sóley Jóhannsdóttir took time out of her role as Managing Director of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, while they were in Cardiff on their UK tour, to come back and visit us.
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