Westminster’s Faculty of Media, Arts and Design will represent the University for the culture weekend. Spectators will be able to enjoy performances by new and ground-breaking artists from the University’s world-leading music courses. Performers will include Emmanuel Nwamadi, who appeared in BBC’s The Voice coming third in the live final; singer songwriter Zara Kershaw, whose summer single 'Souvenirs' shot straight to number 9 on the iTunes Electronic Chart, and artists Bela Takes Chase, Rosie Blackaller, Jarell, Tally Spear and Wyse, who are all shaping today’s music industry.
The University’s recently restored birthplace of British cinema, the Regent Street Cinema, will be showcasing a best in show selection of work from some of its internationally leading undergraduate and postgraduate courses in animation, contemporary media practice, fashion, film and photography. Westminster students will show off their imagination and curiosity, and demonstrate a great variety of contemporary artistic expressions and high level of technical skills nurtured in the Faculty.
The Summer Street festival sees Regent Street go traffic-free every Sunday and celebrate summer with a different theme each weekend in July, having the topics of arts and culture falling on the last weekend of the month.
With one of the most varied portfolios in Europe, the Faculty of Media, Arts and Design prepares students not just to enter the creative industries, but to shape and lead them. Westminster’s strong reputation for professional and practice-based education is matched by a distinguished record in academic teaching and research, encouraging the development of reflective critical practitioners.
The full programme of the University of Westminster’s show at the Summer Streets festival will be revealed soon.