The CREAM doctoral programme hosts a thriving international community of researchers exploring issues in art and design, film, photography, moving image, ceramics, cultural studies, art and technology/science, and music.
Available to study either through a PhD standard route or as a PhD by Publication, students on the CREAM PhD programme are actively involved as part of the wider CREAM research community, through their contributions to symposia, screenings, and editorial projects. The programme also initiates its own distinctive events and exhibitions, through the Hyphen collective, which hosts exhibitions and produce the Hyphen journal, to present the diverse enquiries of current student cohorts, alongside alumni and doctoral students more widely.
We are currently welcoming applications to the Quintin Hogg Trust for fully funded studentships for autumn 2021, with a submission date of January 31st 2021.
The Quentin Hogg Trust Studentship awards is an annual funding opportunity open to applications in any of our areas of expertise (photography, experimental media, visual art, music, transmedia, fashion and moving image) and relating to the research activities of the Ceramics Research Centre, The Black Music Research Unit, The Deep Field Project and the Menswear Archive.
Follow the link below for more details. https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CCP477/10-quintin-hogg-trust-phd-studentships-at-the-university-of-the-westminster
Other Studentship Opportunities include:
For further general information about the CREAM doctoral programme:
Lucy Reynolds, CREAM PhD programme director
Westminster School of Arts, Harrow Campus, Room J1.27
University of Westminster
Watford Road, Northwick Park, Middlesex HA1 3TP
T: +44 (0) 20 7911 5000
How to write your research proposal
Staff advisors to the CREAM PhD research areas are:
Creative Media/P052451 – Dr. Michael Maziere and Dr. Uriel Orlow
Film/P052455 – Dr. Michael Goddard and Professor May Ingawanij
Music/P052451 – Dr. Kirsten Hermes
Photography/P052459 – Professor David Bate and Dr. Eugenie Shinkle
Visual Art/P052463 – Professor Clare Twomey and Dr. Lucy Reynolds