CREAM (Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media) is a ground-breaking organisation developing practice and theoretically led research, professional practice and scholarship that addresses international societal and cultural issues in relation to media, art and design.
CREAM is a leading centre for research, scholarship and professional practice in visual and media arts, design and music, based in Westminster School of Arts, University of Westminster, UK.
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CAMRI (The Communication and Media Research Institute) is a world-leading centre in the study of media and communication and renowned for its critical and international research. CAMRI is situated in the School of Media and Communication, University of Westminster, UK. It builds on a long tradition of research in media and communication that spans five decades, as the university launched the first British media studies degree in 1975. The University of Westminster has been consistently ranked highly in media and communication studies according to the Research Excellence Framework and the QS World University Rankings.
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