LSM changes to LSFM | The University of Lincoln College of Arts

Lincoln School of Media 20th Anniversary From Friday LSM will become Lincoln School of Film & Media. LSFM will bring together Media Production, Audio Production and Film & TV with Animation and Contemporary Lens Media.

The School’s social media platforms will remain at the links you usually use like this blog, our alumni twitter and school twitter feeds. (We will be adding ‘film’ to our sites to reflect the new name, but rest assured it will still be us!)

The University of Lincoln announced ‘as of 1st August 2014 there will be an exciting new alignment of academic schools in the College of Arts.  It will provide an environment which engenders interdisciplinary research and innovative teaching and will enhance the student experience.’

The College of Arts will be aligned to five schoolsLincoln School of Film & Media (all LSM BA and PG programmes, plus Animation BA (Hons) and Contemporary Lens Media BA (Hons).

Lincoln School of Design & Architecture This School will bring together programmes in Design and Architecture to build on the strengths in design and architectural practice.

Lincoln School of English and Journalism  This School will bring subjects in English and Creative Writing with those in Journalism and PR.

Lincoln School of Fine & Performing Arts  This School will join Dance and Drama with Fine Art and Fashion Design. A new programme will be developed in BA Music (with the School of Film & Media).

Lincoln School of History & Heritage  This School will bring together programmes in History with programmes in Conservation and explore potential for a distinctive new undergraduate programme in History of Art.

Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Ieuan Owen: “This is an exciting time for the College of Arts, presenting the opportunity for the College to grow its reputation for excellent teaching and research and to challenge the power of specialist arts institutions. Under the leadership of Professor Matthew Cragoe, who will join the University on 1 August, the University Senior Management Team is confident that the structural changes will provide College of Arts’ staff and students with the opportunity to collaborate in new ways, build on existing academic research and share good teaching practice.”