Regent’s University London has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with long-standing arts and culture media partner – After Nyne Magazine – to develop a series of collaborative events and student and staff creative writing and learning opportunities.
Gill Stark, Head of Regent’s School of Creative and Liberal Arts, explained:
“We are very pleased to announce this partnership with After Nyne Magazine, a title which has established itself as an increasingly important creative arts publication in the UK.
“The After Nyne team have worked closely with the University over the last two years on fashion show events, providing coverage of our design and arts initiatives, and delivering workshops for our BA Fashion Marketing students.
“This has led to several opportunities for our students to write for the publication.”
Claire Meadows, Managing Director of After Nyne Magazine, added:
“We are delighted that Regent's University London has joined After Nyne as our exclusive academic partner and we look forward to working on a series of editorial, educational and events initiatives together.
“After Nyne is committed to supporting and promoting great young minds in writing, fashion, architecture, photography and art.
“There are plenty of ways for Regent’s students to get involved with what we do. We’re always looking for writers, both for our print magazine and website.
“Writing for After Nyne Magazine is a great way for students to enhance their creative thinking and writing skills. It’s always a thrill to see your work in print, and we provide that opportunity. After Nyne offers a supportive and experienced team who are happy to share their knowledge to help students develop and thrive.”