Rehabilitation in the virtual age: Using VR to support patient recovery and reduce pain

ImpactVR

Rehabilitation in the virtual age: Using VR to support patient recovery and reduce pain Wednesday 08 February 2023, 1200-1300 Held online Join the Parent and Carer Network to find out about the work of Sheffield Hallam University’s Impact VR lab where SHU researchers are developing pioneering virtual reality (VR) technology in healthcare to support children and adults with rehabilitation from […]

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Professor Esther Johnson’s film Alone Together: the Social Life of Benches screening within the ANDAR BAAHAR programme at Serendipity Arts Festival, 15-20 December 2022

Serendipity Arts Festival

Professor Esther Johnson‘s film Alone Together: the Social Life of Benches submitted to REF2021 will be screening within the ANDAR BAAHAR programme at Serendipity Arts Festival that takes place in Panjim, Goa, India from the 15-20 December 2022. Further information on the film can be found here. And a shorter version of the film can be viewed here. Through a series […]

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Dr David Swann invited to attend the first in a series of ‘Plans for Growth: Industry and Skills’ Roundtable discussions hosted by Policy Connect

Policy Connect

Research Lead for the Department of Art & Design Dr David Swann has been invited to attend the first in a series of ‘Plans for Growth: Industry and Skills’ Roundtable discussions hosted by Policy Connect. The first event scheduled for 22 November at the House of Lords, will be a larger roundtable meeting with Labour’s Bill Esterson MP, Shadow Business […]

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James Fenwick to deliver key Stanley Kubrick lecture in London

Dr James Fenwick

Hallam Lecturer, Dr James Fenwick will be talking about the influential filmmaker, Stanley Kubrick at the free Disrupting Dominance in the Archive conference in London’s University of the Arts on 5 and 6 December. Some of Kubrick’s best-known directorial works include Spartacus, The Shining, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Killing, Dr Strangelove, Full Metal Jacket, A Clockwork Orange, and Eyes Wide Shut. The Stanley Kubrick Lecture is an annual fixture at this popular […]

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Sheffield’s No Bounds Festival highlights the role art can play in place-making

No Bounds

Between 14-16 October, artist-researchers from CCRI exhibited at No Bounds Festival of electronic music, contemporary art and new technology across two sites curated by Innovation Manager, Amy Carter Gordon. Moore Street substation hosted Noémie Soula, Lab4Living, presenting Mythical Living Data ‘a striking audio-visual piece’ to two hugely oversubscribed sold-out days of tours in the working electrical substation. Sheffield and District […]

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‘On the Radar’ research seminar series – #1: Spooky TV, Folklore, Folk horror and 1970s Wyrd: Generation Hexed! Wednesday 16th November

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Diane Rodgers is starting an informal series of research seminars ‘On the Radar’ as a means of sharing knowledge internally about research we are often presenting externally, but not otherwise having the opportunity to share with colleagues. The idea is to create another space to share projects across disciplines and departments and to put external work on our own internal […]

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Professor Esther Johnson’s DUST & METAL to screen at Leeds International Film Festival 2022

Professor Esther Johnson‘s new poetic documentary feature film DUST & METAL which received its world premiere at this year’s Sheffield DocFest will screen on 9 November at the 36th Leeds International Film Festival. Esther has also been invited as a member of the jury for the drama feature film competition. Tickets for the film are available HERE Further information on the film can be found here and […]

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Diane Rodgers Researcher Blog: Reflections on the Centre for Folklore, Myth and Magic in Todmorden, Sat 1st October 2022

About the Author Diane A. Rodgers is a Senior Lecturer in Media, Arts and Communications at Sheffield Hallam University and a CCRI PhD candidate conducting doctoral research relating to folklore and folk horror in ‘wyrd’ 1970s British Film and Television. As a co-founder of the Centre for Contemporary Legend (CCL) and part of the CCMS Cultural Heritage Research Group, I was honoured to be invited to speak […]

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No Bounds Festival – Hallam’s collaboration set to spark conversation

No Bounds

An exciting, barrier-breaking cultural festival is coming to Sheffield this October – and we’re thrilled to announce that staff and academics from the Culture & Creativity Research Institute have been involved in key exhibitions. What to expect from the festival? If you come to the festival, you’ll have an opportunity to see the city from new and different perspectives and a rare […]

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Diane Rodgers to give talk at the Centre for Folklore, Myth and Magic in Todmorden, 1st October 2022

Diane A. Rodgers, a member of the Centre for Contemporary Legend and also the CCMS Cultural Heritage Research Group has been invited to speak about her research at the Centre for Folklore, Myth and Magic in Todmorden, on Sat 1st October.   The talk, titled ‘Generation Hexed‘, will examine television in the 1970s, bursting at the seams with weirdness, eeriness, supernatural folklore […]

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