Art Walks Sheffield: SIA exhibition ‘Utter Rubbish’ features in May’s walk – Saturday 19 May

Flyer image for 'Utter Rubbish' exhibition at SIA. By Joanne Lee, Joanna Rucklidge and Frazer Hudson.

Taking place approximately every two months during 2018, Art Walks Sheffield offers unique, individually curated perspectives on the many different visual arts practices throughout the city. They are based around journeys that take us from design to digital, 2D to 3D, conceptual to skills-based contemporary art and explore a host of maker practices within the city. May’s walk is on […]

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Interrupteur: C3RI PhD Candidate Rachel Smith’s residency at the University of Sheffield – Featuring events in April & May

Banner image for Rachel Smith's residency at University of Sheffield, taken from schedule of events

Interrupteur interrupteur holds both the mistaken notion of the interruption and the actual translated sense of the word – switch: as exchange, shift, or transformation. C3RI PhD Candidate, Rachel Smith has just undertaken the role of artist-in-residence in the Humanities department of the University of Sheffield. As part of this residency she has announced a series of events during April […]

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Professor Esther Johnson featured in British Universities Film & Video Council Viewfinder magazine

ASUNDER - main banner image

Esther Johnson has written a feature article for the latest edition of Viewfinder, the British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) magazine, about the research behind her film Asunder. The article, to be featured in the April edition, can be found on Esther’s website here. Asunder tells the story of what happened to an English town during the First World War, with almost […]

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‘Hard Engineering: Propositions for Future Ruins’ – Julie Westerman’s exhibition open at the Gulbenkian in Lisbon

Banner image for Hard Engineering exhibition, provided by Julie Westerman

Hard Engineering: Propositions for Future Ruins explores how the urban environment is produced by everyday acts and how the city is constructed from material and immaterial structures of civic organisation, representation, power and control. Six speculative guides to Lisbon re-imagine the contemporary urban environment by exploring overlooked livelihoods, traces of profound social mutation, and the scars of past natural disasters, economic crisis […]

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Welcome to the C3RI Impact Blog

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

About the author Alison Honnor is Impact Researcher for C3RI and editor of this blog. Welcome to the C3RI Impact Blog. This blog showcases the broad range of activity undertaken by C3RI researchers. It is a place for interaction between our researchers, external partners, doctoral students and the public beyond academia. The C3RI Impact Blog invites visitors to browse and […]

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Regular lunchtime research seminars

Setting up at the Post Room, SIA

Each academic year, C3RI hosts a series of lunchtime research seminars for all SHU staff and students. These provide opportunities for staff and invited guests to present and discuss their latest research.  See here for details of this year’s seminars. ​If you are interested in presenting as part of the seminar series, or have a suggested external speaker, please contact […]

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