‘Images and Dust’ – The Royal Photographic Society / SHU Photography Research Day 2019

2019-11-16 ROBINSON Andrew - SHU-RPS Day - Watts' Workshop Banner

Images and Dust – The SHU/RPS Research Day 2019 Saturday 16 November 2019 saw the third joint Sheffield Hallam University and Royal Photographic Society Research Day with more than 30 delegates treated to a series of papers exploring different aspects of photographic history and practice in the Cantor Building in Sheffield. The event is a collaboration between the SHU BA […]

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The Royal Photographic Society / SHU Photography Research Day – Saturday 16 November

Photograph of Watt's workshop

The Royal Photographic Society/SHU Photography Research Day, 2019 On Saturday 16th November BA Photography will be hosting the 3rd joint Royal Photographic Society Historical Group / SHU Photography Research Day at Sheffield Hallam University in the Cantor lecture theatre. The event organised by Geoff Blackwell (RPS) and Andrew Robinson (SHU Photography) is free to all SHU staff and students and […]

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Talk by Professor Paul Seawright – Thursday 24 January 2019 at the Sheffield Institute of Arts

SEAWRIGHT Lecture (They Dropped Like Flakes, They Dropped Like Stars - Bridge #1 Pittsburgh Image

Professor Paul Seawright, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Ulster University and internationally renowned photographer, will be presenting his research over the current REF census period and talking through his perspective on the current REF landscape at a talk on Thursday 24 January 2019.  We would urge all staff who are engaging with REF […]

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‘Queer as Folklore: A year of English customs’ – Andrew Robinson featured in BBC article documenting calendar customs across England

Two of Andrew Robinson's images from 'Another England' with BBC logo

Work by Andrew Robinson, Senior Lecturer in Photography at Sheffield Hallam, is currently included in a popular BBC On-line article about seasonal customs entitled Queer as Folklore: A year of English customs. The article has been receiving worldwide attention with upwards of 90,000 views. The images are from an unpublished body of work Andrew undertook in the late 1990s documenting calendar customs […]

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‘Day of the Dead’ – Michèle Lazenby featured in exhibition at SIA about South Yorkshire’s Latin American communities

2019-10 SIA Lazenby - Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead 01 November 2018 – 03 November 2018 Join as we celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead with photography, poetry, music, dancing and costume. This year we will be hosting an exhibition of stunning new photography featuring members of South Yorkshire’s Latin American community wearing traditional Mexican costume will be displayed with a Day of the Dead […]

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SHU Photography Staff Host and Feature In Photography Research Day In Collaboration With The Royal Photographic Society – Saturday 03 November 2018

2018-11-03 Photography Research Day 2018 (Image 'Late Archaic' 2018 by Chris Bennett)

Sheffield Hallam University BA(Hons) Photography and The Royal Photographic Society Historical Group are hosting a day of research talks and presentations this Saturday 03 November. The day will feature SHU’s Andrew Robinson and Michèle Lazenby, along with recent graduate Chris Bennett presenting research and demonstrating work alongside members of the Royal Photographic Society and visiting speakers. Photography Research Day Saturday 03 November 2018 Cantor Lecture Theatre […]

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SHU Film & Photography staff host and feature in photography research day in collaboration with the Royal Photographic Society – Saturday 18 November 2017

Image to promote Photographic Research Day at SHU

  Film & Photography lecturers Andrew Robinson and Tom Harrison, along with recent graduate Colleen Aveston will be presenting research and demonstrating work alongside members of the Royal Photographic Society and visiting speakers at the Historical Group Research Day 2017 taking place on Saturday 18 November 2017. Historical Group Research Day 2017 Saturday 18 November, 10.30AM – 4PM Cantor Lecturer Theatre 9130, […]

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Researcher Blog by Joanne Lee: Neepsend Lane and the relationship between art practice and place

Joanne Lee, Neepsend1, 2017

About the author Joanne Lee is a senior lecturer in Graphic Design in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC). Much of her research develops through a serial publication, the Pam Flett Press, which explores the visual, verbal and temporal possibilities of ‘essaying’ the everyday.   Joanne was recently invited to take part in Practising Place, an event curated by […]

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Joanne Lee presenting ‘The Good Place That Is No Place’ at University of Cumbria and University of Derby

Still from The Good Place That Is No Place by Joanne Lee

Joanne Lee, Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design, has been invited to present her photographic essay The Good Place That Is No Place at two upcoming conferences: Cities, Communities and Homes: Is the Urban Future Livable?, a conference organised by the University of Derby and Architecture, Media, Politics, Society (AMPS) between 22 and 23 June 2017. Find out more here. Visualising […]

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Autopsy: The Head Post Office Sheffield

An image of the front cover of Autopsy by Roger Bateman / Sheffield Institute of Arts, featuring a drawing of the building and a post mark

Autopsy was a 2016 Catalyst Festival of Creativity project led by Sheffield Hallam University Principal Lecturer Roger Bateman and included both an exhibition and publication. The images in the Autopsy publication are just a few from the thousands that photographer India Hobson took before and during the refurbishment of Sheffield’s abandoned Head Post Office into the Sheffield Institute of Arts. […]

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