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Andrew Kulman

About Andrew Kulman

Professor Andrew Kulman works in the School of Visual Communication at the University. An award winning Illustrator, writer and educator since 1987, he is also a graduate of the Royal College of Art. His teaching career began as a Visiting Tutor at University of Westminster, Kingston University and Brighton University. In 1997 he joined BCU, running Illustration, since then he has been Director of both Undergraduate and Postgraduate studies in Visual Communication and has been a Course Director on several MA courses in the School of Art, a position which has allowed him to work with a range of different disciplines. He was conferred as a Professor of Graphic Art in April 2006 following an application under the criterion of recognition in Practice and Industry.
2711, 2014

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…

By |November 27th, 2014|In The News, Opinion|Comments Off

By Professor Andrew Kulman, School of Visual Communication

If I might be allowed to put the divine birth to one side, here in advertising land we’re eagerly anticipating the new batch of seasonal ads.

How, we ask, might the retailer John Lewis better their Christmas offering from last year? Will a digital penguin usurp the animated ‘Bear […]

1510, 2014

A true likeness?

By |October 15th, 2014|In The News|Comments Off

By Professor Andrew Kulman, School of Visual Communication

The Picasso self-portrait of 1901 that came into the news this week has been commented on as a true self-portrait but it has raised questions about the act of putting our likeness into the public domain. This age old obsession with coming to terms with who we really […]

1410, 2014

Why not study Visual Communication at our University?

By |October 14th, 2014|Opinion|Comments Off

Professor Andrew Kulman who teaches on this undergraduate course offers his thoughts.

As a lecturer often given to impromptu tours around and presentations about my School, I have found it useful to think of viable and appropriate answers to the many questions I am asked. Some are to be expected from the wannabe graphic designer, the […]

1209, 2014

The advantages of studying Visual Communication

By |September 12th, 2014|Opinion|Comments Off

Professor Andrew Kulman runs Illustration at the University. A Practising Graphic Artist since 1987, he is also a graduate of the Royal College of Art. His teaching career began as a Visiting Tutor at University of Westminster, Kingston University and Brighton University. In 1997 he joined BCU, running Illustration, since then he has been Director […]