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Creative Conflict

Creative Conflict

Arts, Comedy & Drama, March 28, 2018

It’s that time again! This week on Creative Conflict, Martin and the gang will be making pencil topper friends!

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Experimental Shorts: Behind the Magic

Experimental Shorts: Behind the Magic

NaSTA Entries, February 14, 2018

A behind the scenes look into the making of the GUST series Experimental Shorts. Includes a commentary about what we learned and what the process behind producing and editing this series involved.

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Experimental Shorts Presents Video to Music

Experimental Shorts Presents Video to Music

NaSTA Entries, February 13, 2018

In this week’s instalment of Experimental Shorts we collaborated with the Glasgow University Pole Dancing Society to create a magical fairytale video to music.

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Experimental Shorts Presents Cinematography

Experimental Shorts Presents Cinematography

NaSTA Entries, February 12, 2018

In this week’s instalment of Experimental Shorts we explore cinematography, we learned how to frame and compose our shots using the rule of thirds and experimented with double exposure to create with some pretty cool effects

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Experimental Shorts Presents Lighting

Experimental Shorts Presents Lighting

NaSTA Entries, January 29, 2018

In this week’s instalment of Experimental Shorts we experimented with lighting and explored Glasgow’s west end to find some beautiful lighting which surrounds our beautiful university.

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Cosplay: Unmasking An Art

Cosplay: Unmasking An Art

Arts, January 20, 2018

Cosplay – dressing up as your favourite characters from books, films, or TV shows – is a misunderstood pastime. Often dismissed as a waste of time and a cheap form of escapism, few would call it an art. But should we? GUST headed to Glasgow Comic-Con in September to ask cosplayers about how and why […]

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RIP-Off

RIP-Off

Comedy & Drama, Film, December 8, 2017

CONTENT WARNING: Self harm, suicide, blood. Two narcissistic flatmates must survive a unique supernatural phenomenon in a dark comedy that explores social taboo, friendship, and lynching.

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Creative Conflict

Creative Conflict

Arts, December 1, 2017

Welcome to GUST’s brand new Arts show! This week on Creative Conflict, we learn how to make NaSTA Trophies from plastic bottles – things are going to get messy!

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Miscellanea: Composing

Miscellanea: Composing

Arts, November 3, 2017

In the final episode of Miscellanea, we chat to Fergus Hall to find out why he enjoys composing music. His original songs have been performed in the Kibble Palace and beyond, and his sometimes gentle, sometimes experimental music (not to mention his enthusiasm) mark him out as a very talented composer.

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Miscellanea: Leather Crafting

Miscellanea: Leather Crafting

Arts, October 27, 2017

This week on Miscellanea, we chat to Kindred Willow about leather-crafting. Entirely self-taught, his Celtic-inspired belts and shields are incredible examples of craftsmanship and skill.

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Miscellanea: Illustration

Miscellanea: Illustration

Arts, October 20, 2017

In this episode of Miscellanea, we talk to Julia Rosner, a student who draws every day and has done for over a year! Julia is a talented artist who draws everything from buildings to skeletons, and encourages others to push past their fear and embrace art.

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Miscellanea: Glass Art

Miscellanea: Glass Art

Arts, October 13, 2017

In this week of Miscellanea, we visit Catherine Lowe in the WASP studio in Glasgow to talk about glass and glass art. Her beautiful jewellery evokes the Hebridean seaside; we discuss her inspirations, how she started in glass-making, and whether we should give glass a go ourselves.

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