Dr David Clarke presents UFO files at The National Archives – Thursday 8 March 2018

Journalism Reader Dr David Clarke will present a public lecture on his five years as consultant/curator of the Ministry of Defence UFO files at The National Archives. ‘UFO files in Britain’s National Archives’ at 6.00pm on Thursday 8 March will include a summary of Dr Clarke’s research on the British government’s investigations into ‘unidentified flying objects’ from WW2 to the […]

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‘3 Figs, 4 Voices, Ceramic Prosthesis and a Staircase’ – Research workshop organised by Michelle Atherton at arebyte Gallery

Image courtesy of Michelle Atherton - 3 Figs, 4 Voices, Ceramic Prosthesis and a Staircase Research Workshop at arebyte

Michelle Atherton, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, organised a research workshop on 12 December 2017 at arebyte Gallery, London. The event brought together contributions from artists and academics to explore the current prevalence of the term irrational in public discourse. The aim was to identify present and past irrational gestures and was staged on Richard Wentworth’s […]

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Dr Simon Polovina chairs ‘From Industrial Revolution to Digital Innovation’ – Friday 26 January 2018

On Friday 26 January 2018, Dr Simon Polovina will co-chair a Digital Innovation Event for the Global University Alliance at Birmingham City University. The event ‘Industrial Revolution to Digital Innovation’ is for executives, industry practitioners, academics and researchers alike, and has been designed to provide insight and knowledge sharing of how digital innovation and transformation is impacting various industries. Today, […]

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Sheffield Hallam Launches PhD Studentship Schemes: ‘Come and join us!’ Doctoral Researchers in C3RI

C3RI Impact Blog background. Keith Wilson, Calendar. Installation at MAC Belfast.

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) has recently launched PhD Studentship Schemes for 2018. C3RI welcomes applicants from all aspects of cultural, communication and computing research, to work with us in our interdisciplinary research institute. Our research programme has over eighty research students. While researchers sit within their disciplinary field, the Institute offers the opportunity to make connections between the research traditions of […]

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‘The Immense Ventriloquism’ – TC McCormack’s exhibition opens in Berlin – Friday 01 December

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TC McCormack, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, will be opening an exhibition titled The Immense Ventriloquism this Friday in Berlin. Taking place at nationalmuseum, the exhibition considers how our man-made structures exist both in and out of time, and how the course of history continually reappraises objects, resources and even nature. The Immense Ventriloquism – TC […]

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Professor Paul Chamberlain and Lab4Living awarded ‘Most Innovative Design for Ageing in the UK’ at the UK Over 50s Housing Awards 2017

Composite image - Inclusive bathroom design by Vitra, Vitra logo, Lab4Living logo and UK Over 50s Housing Award 2017 logo

Lab4Living, the interdisciplinary research cluster at Sheffield Hallam University which draws together researchers across design, creative practice and health, has been awarded the ‘Most Innovative Design for Ageing in the UK’ in 2017. The Awards Secretariat of the UK Over 50s Housing Awards 2017 made the final decision adjudicating the Award, which is for the adaption of the bathroom for […]

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Design Futures awarded Design Team of the Year at the UK Packaging Awards!

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Update: Find out more about Design Futures’ win on both Packaging News and the SHU Media Centre. Sheffield Hallam University’s packaging design team, Design Futures, are celebrating after winning the distinguished national title of Design Team of the Year in the UK Packaging Awards – the leading industry awards in the country. Other category winners were some of the UK’s […]

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Why Not Associates – Exhibition at the Head Post Office opens with private viewing – Friday 24 November 2017

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Why Not Associates is a British multi-disciplinary design studio with a world-wide reputation, who believe that compelling communication demands an element of surprise, whether it’s for postage stamps or public art, TV idents or cultural institutions. WNA has been at the vanguard of British graphic design for the past three decades. Inventive and irreverent, progressive and provocative, their output is […]

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Dr David Clarke invited to speak about his work with the National Archives at the inaugural conference of the Science & Technology Archives Group – 17 November

Image of Dr David Clarke Photo copyright: Richard Hanson (0793 908 1208) Dr David Clarke (SHU journalism lecturer). 11.09.12 Original job number RH2944 Commissioned by Joe Field at SHU

Dr David Clarke, Principal Research Fellow in Journalism, has been invited to speak at the inaugural conference of The Science and Technology Archives Group (STAG) taking place at the Dana Research Centre and Library at the London Science Museum. David will be speaking about his work on the UFO archives release with The National Archives on Friday 17 November 2017 […]

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‘Playing the ends against the middle’ – TC McCormack’s work exhibited as part of AlgoMech festival until 12 November

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TC McCormack, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, will be exhibiting this week as part of AlgoMech Festival in Sheffield, an exhibition of algorithmic and mechanical movement. Playing the ends against the middle is a new site-specific work made in collaboration with Darren Chouings , and the exhibition is on display at The Access Space Labs in […]

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