Dr Eve Stirling, Dr Becky Shaw and Mel Levick-Parkin to present at the Advanced Visual Methods Summer School in Manchester – 28/29 September 2017

Composite banner image of Visual Methods Summer School (Manchester) and accompanying exhibition 'Process Made'

SHU staff members Dr Eve Stirling, Dr Becky Shaw and Mel Levick-Parkin will present at Advanced Visual Methods Summer School at Z Arts Manchester taking place between 28 and 29 September 2017. The summer school will provide practical and hands on experience of a range of visual methods that participants can apply or adapt to suit their own research. The […]

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Wednesday 07 October 2015 – Lunchtime seminar with Melanie Levick-Parkin (Visual Communication, SHU)

Assorted ancient scripts and visual communications methods

Title: Visual translations of ancient heritage – re-contextualising ancient European script through contemporary visual communication methods and media. Speaker: Melanie Levick-Parkin (Visual Communication, SHU) The purpose of this ADRC-funded practice-led research project was the visual re-contextualisation of ancient European script – Linear A and B, using contemporary visual communication practices and media strategies in order to explore opportunities for creative […]

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Thursday 26 March 2015 – Lunchtime seminar with Georgia Flouda (Curator, Heraklion Archaeological Museum)

An image of Georgia Flouda (Curator, Heraklion Archaeological Museum)

Title: The materiality of Linear A and Linear B: Modes of visual display and perception Speaker: Georgia Flouda (Curator, Herakleion Archaeological Museum) Hosted by Melanie Levick-Parkin (Visual Communication. SHU) Georgia Flouda is a Curator at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum, where she has been involved in designing and implementing the redisplay of the Minoan Collection. She is specializing in Aegean prehistory […]

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Wednesday 10 December 2014 – Lunchtime seminar with Maria Hanson and Melanie Levick-Parkin

Title: Create & Connect: Connecting female artisan craft producers in Zanzibar with tourist markets Speaker: Maria Hanson and Melanie Levick-Parkin Maria Hanson supervises undergraduate, post-graduate and PhD students and is a researcher, designer and craft maker. Research interests and activities include the exploration of rituals and craft objects and the reading of craft objects in the context of contemporary visual […]

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