Working Space

A series of professional practice and creative sector networking events for students and Graduates of The Glasgow School of Art.

The GSA Enterprise Studio in collaboration with GSA Creative Network, is delighted to present our Working Space Programme: a series of professional practice and creative sector networking events. These early evening talks bring together students, graduates, industry experts and employers to explore a range of career and professional development themes. This special Working Space programme is most useful to recent graduates and final year students, but it is open to any of you, currently studying, who are interested in learning key tactics, tips and strategies to help you make the best use of your time at The Glasgow School of Art and to support your transition out of education and beyond graduation.

Upcoming events

Getting into UX | UI design

Wednesday 28 February 2024
17:00 - 18:00 Online

Featuring two GSA graduates working within the specialisms of User Experience and User Interaction, this event will provide insights into the job market, what opportunities are available and offer insights on entering this sector.

Michael Galbraith (Interaction Design 2018) – Immersive Technology Specialist at Arup
Additional Guest speaker to be announced soon. www.arup.com

Lauren McLaughlin (Product Design 2016) – Head of CX Design New Commercial Arts. www.newcommercialarts.com

Enhancing your portfolio for an employer audience

Tuesday 26 March 2024
17:00 - 18:00 Online

How to present a creative portfolio has always been a delicate balancing act between effectively communicating your own style while also demonstrating a flexibility and range. To help you plan a visual portfolio we have invited representatives from two of Glasgows’ leading design agencies to give their thoughts and insights into what they look for when recruiting new talent.

Guest speakers TBC

Working in film and TV – a focus on production and craft

Tuesday 23 April 2024
17:00 - 18:00 Online

There are multiple routes into a career in TV and Film production: A textiles graduate working in costume production and design, an Architecture graduate working in set design and construction or a fine art graduate working in concept development – literally every programme at GSA develops a skill set that is sought after in the world of TV and Film Production. For this talk we have two graduates that now work in the industry who can provide an insight into what its like and offer advice on how you can get started.

Guest speakers TBC

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