Doctoral Student, Victoria Lucas in conversation with Dr Paula McCloskey at AirSpace Gallery – Saturday 20 May 2017

Lay of the Land (and other myths), Installation view, AirSpace Gallery, 2017. Image credit: Jules Lister.

LAY OF THE LAND (and other such myths) AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent Friday 5 May – Friday 2 June 2017 Open daily Thursday to Saturday 11.00am – 5.00pm (& Tuesdays and Wednesdays by appointment)   As part of her current solo exhibition at AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, Victoria Lucas is holding two events on Saturday 20 May 2017 The Artist Soup Kitchen Reflections […]

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Researcher Blog by PhD candidate Victoria Lucas: Lay of the Land (and other such myths)

Lay of the Land (and other myths), Installation view, AirSpace Gallery, 2017. Image credit: Jules Lister.

About the author Victoria Lucas is a doctoral student in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC) where she is pursuing a practice-based PhD in Fine Art. She is also a lecturer in Fine Art at the University of Central Lancashire. Victoria’s supervisors are: Michelle Atherton (Director of Studies) and Hester Reeve. Victoria recently opened a solo show at AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, […]

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Researcher Blog by PhD candidate Kathryn Murphy: METHOD conference complete!

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About the author Kathryn Murphy is a doctoral student in the Communications & Computing Research Centre (CCRC) where she is pursuing a PhD in Media focusing on celebrity culture in YouTube and social media.  Kathryn’s supervisors are: Ruth Deller (Director of Studies) and Kerry McSeveny. Kathryn is in the first year of her PhD in C3RI and documents her PhD journey on […]

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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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Method 2017 – C3RI Postgraduate Research Conference – 03 May 2017

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Usually at conferences we are tasked to articulate our findings and how they contribute to our discipline. METHOD is an event that challenges these expectations and builds a dynamic context to explore the ingenuity and criticality embedded in doing research. Doctoral researchers from C3RI and across the wider SHU community present alongside each other,  finding visual and verbal languages to convey aspects of their process […]

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Researcher blog by PhD Candidate Caroline Claisse: At the European Academy of Design conference in Rome

Creative methods: Design probes (Caroline Claisse, 2016)

About the author Caroline Claisse is a doctoral student in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC) where she is pursuing a practice-led PhD working with tangible technologies to prompt audience engagement in museums.  Caroline’s PhD supervisors are: Professor Daniela Petrelli, Dr Luigina Ciolfi and Nick Dulake. Caroline was recently invited to deliver a paper at the 12th European Academy of Design Conference in Rome. […]

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Visibility Conference – Askance? Oblique – 31 March 2017

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It is central to the shaping of political, ethical and socio-economic concerns, in culture and within the subcultures it informs. Visibility within practice-based research can expose and question visual hierarchies, authority, authorship, the politics of technology, balances of power and representation or prompt dissent. Here, visibility is a concept that we have adapted and extended from the philosophies of Michel […]

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Researcher blog by PhD Candidate Amelia Knowlson: 3D printing & the Grice Collection – a curatorial residency

About the author Amelia Knowlson is a doctoral student in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC) and is supported by the Heritage Consortium. Amelia’s work examines the use of 3D printing as a curatorial tool and can be seen in Stories from the East: The Grice Ivories an exhibition by Museums Sheffield which runs until 9 July 2017. In this post, […]

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See PhD Student, Amelia Knowlson’s work in ‘Stories from the East’ at Weston Park Museum – exhibition open until Sunday 9 July

Stories from the East: The Grice Ivories Weston Park Museum Saturday 11 March – Sunday 9 July 2017 Open daily including Bank Holidays Admission is free Amelia Knowlson, our ADRC Heritage Consortium doctoral student, has been examining the use of 3D printing as a curatorial tool for the Stories from the East: The Grice Ivories exhibition by Museums Sheffield.  Amelia’s exploratory […]

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CISDIDC 2017 Conference – The Role of Computational Intelligence in Developing Countries – 09 February 2017

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This seminar will explore how computational intelligence can be applied to address challenges faced by developing nations. Computational intelligence (CI) can be viewed as an inter-disciplinary or across platform field of study for developing and applying computer systems that can exhibit human-like intelligence in solving varieties of problems. This seminar will assemble technologists, social scientists, engineers, policymakers, industrialists and other […]

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