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Dr Nela Milic

Contextual & Theoretical Studies Coordinator
London College of Communication
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Nela  Milic


Dr. Nela Milic is an artist and an academic working in media and arts, Senior Lecturer and Year 2 Contextual and Theoretical Studies Coordinator in the Design School at London College of Communication.

Throughout her career, Nela has delivered creative projects for organisations including the Royal Opera House, Barbican, Arts Council England, John Lewis, Al Jazeera, Campbell Works, Oxo Tower, LIFT festival, and London Film Festival.

Nela is interested in the intersection of time and space, which has brought her to many multi-media and mapping projects where she’s dealt with memory, narrative, digital archives, city and participation. She is a recipient of the European Cultural Foundation Artistic Grant for the project Wedding Bellas after years of engagement with the work of refugees and asylum seekers.

Grants and awards

(Figures indicate amount awarded to UAL)

  • AHRC, Language Acts and Worldmaking, £1,000.00, (2019-2019)


Current research students

  • Miriam Alessandra Sorrentino, Can experience of ambient advertising in public spaces be captured and communicated so it resonates with the work of creatives in this field? (Advisor)