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Arman Nouri

Anthropology
UCL
Student

Final year BSc Anthropology student at UCL looking for an entry into the job market!

Course and year

Anthropology
Placement year

Looking to

I am looking for an internship, freelance work or job
I want a creative partner
I want to learn some new skills
I'm looking to collaborate
I'm looking to network

Top skills

Corporate sponsorship
Customer service
Marketing
Policy-making
Research and analytics

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Student

Final year BSc Anthropology student at UCL looking for an entry into the job market!

Course and year

Anthropology
Placement year

Looking to

I am looking for an internship, freelance work or job
I want a creative partner
I want to learn some new skills
I'm looking to collaborate
I'm looking to network

Top skills

Corporate sponsorship
Customer service
Marketing
Policy-making
Research and analytics

Alongside my studies I am currently involved with Approved by Pablo or A(by)P. At A(by)P, we create multifaceted exhibitions with leading international artists from the urban art scene. Following the success of our first and second exhibitions at Somerset House, the most recent of which, Mapping the City, was visited by 14,000 visitors in under 4 weeks, we have now agreed a long term collaboration with the venue, one of London’s most successful cultural hubs. Our next exhibition is entitled Venturing Beyond and will be held in the Terrace Rooms from March onwards.

I am also a writer and research assistant for The Cornelius Foundation, an arts 'think and do' tank. I wrote an article for them exploring the relationship between street art and the city, as well as research for them into the transformative power of the arts in fields such as education, health and wellbeing.

Music and writing are two of my biggest passions. I run my own radio show on UCL student radio called 'Global Wax' which aims to showcase music from all over the world. I try to keep it strictly vinyl but sometimes that can get a bit expensive...

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