‘Towards Memorial’ – Yuen Fong Ling’s art project exploring the legacy of Edward Carpenter opens in Sheffield’s Yorkshire Art Space on 08 August 2019

Towards Memorial (2019), Yuen Fong Ling, film still by Picture Story Productions. Courtesy of the artist.

Platform 2019 Persistence Works, Yorkshire Art Space, 21 Brown Street, Sheffield S1 2BS Friday 09 August to Sunday 01 September 2019 – with preview on Thursday 08 August, 6PM – 9PM Exhibiting TOWARDS MEMORIAL (2019) by YUEN FONG LING Part of Site Gallery’s Freelands Artist Programme About Towards Memorial: In a period of political and social uncertainty, how can what you wear […]

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Chloë Brown’s ‘A Soft Rebellion in Paradise’ reviewed in Corridor8

A Soft Rebellion in Paradise

A Soft Rebellion in Paradise is a new short film by artist and Senior Lecturer in Fine Art Chloë Brown. The film was shot on location in Sheffield’s Paradise Square and being internationally premiered in the form of an outdoor screening in partnership with Sheffield Doc/Fest on Saturday 08 June 2019, in the Square itself. A review of the screening was recently posted by Holly […]

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Prof Keith Wilson’s co-curated exhibition: Block Party shows Peter Krashes’ paintings in New York’s James Gallery (Reviews)

Summer Streets by Peter Krashes

Block Party: an exhibition linking the practices of painting and of activism points out the problematic of actions that can be consumed, ignored, and considered irrelevant by those in official political power through displaying the work of Peter Krashes. This show attracted a number of favourable reviews which available on the links below: 1) Huffington Post, 25 October 2017. Reviewed by G. Roger […]

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Researcher Blog by Dr Rinella Cere on Shared Solidarities 3 – Framing Catastrophe

Shared Solidarities III Framing Catastrophe

About the author Rinella Cere is Reader in Media and Cultural Studies in the Computing and Communication Research Centre (CCRC) within C3RI. Rinella’s research interests include post-colonial theory and media cultures, theories of globalisation and Italian media culture. In this post Rinella reflects on Shared Solidarities 3 – Framing Catastrophe: a one-day conference convened by two networks of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) and hosted […]

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Thursday 07 September 2017 – Shared Solidarities III: Framing Catastrophe workshop

Shared Solidarities III Framing Catastrophe

Framing Catastrophe is a day event which aims to explore how we respond to those two intertwined issues when their very gravity may induce feelings of powerlessness, denial and a sense of being overwhelmed. How, then, might activists address the problem in ways that encourage effective movement-building and mainstream public discussion? Speakers include Nigel Young, founder member of Bradford University’s […]

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Block Party – Exhibition opens 15 September displaying Peter Krashes’ work in New York’s James Gallery – Co-organised by Professor Keith Wilson

Summer Streets by Peter Krashes

Block Party is an exhibition linking the practices of painting and of activism points out the problematic of actions that can be consumed, ignored, and considered irrelevant by those in official political power through displaying the work of Peter Krashes. The exhibition has been organised by Professor Keith Wilson of Sheffield Hallam University’s Art & Design Research Centre in collaboration […]

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