‘Practices of belonging, practices of place’ – Professor Esther Johnson to speak and present ‘Alone Together’ at Goldsmiths conference

Banner for 'Alone Together' by Esther Johnson, from the film website

Professor Esther Johnson has been invited to present at Practices of belonging, practices of place: Conversations in film & research, an afternoon workshop aimed at those interested in video and film methods at Goldsmiths. It will bring together three teams of researchers and film-makers to discuss the process of collaboration and the potential of using film in social research and […]

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Researcher Blog: ECSCW2017 – stories from the Student Volunteer Team

ECSCW2017 Student Volunteer Team

About the authors This blog post on the ECSCW conference was co-authored by three PhD students: Caroline Claisse, Ghayda Al Juwaiser and Eleonora Mencarini. Caroline Claisse is doctoral candidate in C3RI in her 3rd year pursuing a practice-led PhD investigating the potential of embedded technologies and tangible interaction for engaging with heritage. Caroline’s supervisory team are Professor Daniela Petrelli (Director of Studies), Professor Luigina […]

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Association for Contemporary Jewellery’s 20:20 Visions Conference in Sheffield 07 – 09 July 2017

Association of Contemporary Jewellers logo - property of ACJ

The Association for Contemporary Jewellery (ACJ) is bringing an agenda of promoting the artform, supporting the makers and developing the audience in the UK and abroad this week, as part of a 3-day conference between Friday 07 July and Sunday 09 July 2017. Association for Contemporary Jewellery’s 20:20 Visions Conference Cantor Building Sheffield Hallam University S1 2NT Friday 07 July […]

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Researcher Blog by Rose Butler: Askance?Oblique: A Conference on Visibility

About the author Rose Butler is a senior lecturer in Fine Art in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC) where she is also pursuing a practice-based PhD. Rose works with video, photography, sound, animation and installation. Rose’s Director of Studies is Professor Lise Autogena and supervisors are Professor David Waddington (SHU) and Professor David Cotterrell (University of Brighton). Inspired by discussions at a postgraduate […]

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Lab4Living flying the flag for Design at the College of Occupational Therapists’ Harrogate Conference

Lab4Living - Claire Craig at RCOT Harrogate

Lab4Living’s Claire Craig and Swiss Colleague Ursi Gubler attended the Royal College of Occupational Therapists Conference in Harrogate to highlight the value of design in health. Claire and Ursi delivered a joint paper presentation describing the eight-year collaboration between Lab4Living and ZHAW (Zurich University of Applied Sciences) and the developments in research and practice that have occurred through this. Claire […]

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Professor Lise Autogena to present at international Data Publics conference on 26-28 January

Data Publics logo - Goldsmith's University Department of Visual Cultures

Professor Lise Autogena will present at the Data Publics: International Research Forum, at Goldsmiths University’s Department of Visual Cultures on 26-28 January 2017. The theme of the forum is Public Plurality in an Era of Data Determinacy and takes as its starting point an active understanding of the participation of today’s populations in data generation and the shaping of new […]

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Lab4Living hosts Creative Practices in Knowledge Mobilisation conference

Lab4Living is proud to be hosting a 2 day international workshop exploring Creative Practices in Knowledge Mobilisation. Using Lego, case studies, plenty of coffee and informed by existing models and theories in the landscape of Knowledge Mobilisation, a select group of experts will seek to define what creative practices and practitioners can bring to this field. They will build a […]

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Design4Health 2011 Proceedings

The Official Proceedings of D4H2011 are now published and available to download here. The conference attracted high quality research from all over the world and the organisers are pleased  to be able to collect these papers together and make them available to a wider audience. Individual papers will be available as separate PDF files in the near future – please check the D4H website for updates. We hope you […]

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