Tuesday 23 January 2018 – Lunchtime seminar with Caroline Claisse (C3RI PhD candidate)

Photograph courtesy of Caroline Claisse

Speaker: Caroline Claisse (C3RI PhD candidate) Title: Transforming communities through co-designing novel experiences of heritage at a local museum – a participatory case of research through design In this presentation, Caroline will present current research on the design and evaluation of two interactive exhibitions at the Bishops’ House museum; one of the few surviving Tudor buildings in Sheffield, now managed by a community […]

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Sheffield Hallam Launches PhD Studentship Schemes: ‘Come and join us!’ Doctoral Researchers in C3RI

C3RI Impact Blog background. Keith Wilson, Calendar. Installation at MAC Belfast.

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) has recently launched PhD Studentship Schemes for 2018. C3RI welcomes applicants from all aspects of cultural, communication and computing research, to work with us in our interdisciplinary research institute. Our research programme has over eighty research students. While researchers sit within their disciplinary field, the Institute offers the opportunity to make connections between the research traditions of […]

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Researcher Blog with PhD Candidate Caroline Claisse: Behind the Scenes at the Curious House

Curious House Exhibition

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.   This week Caroline has launched her latest interactive exhibition ‘Curious House’ in collaboration with Bishops’ House Museum in Sheffield. […]

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See PhD student Caroline Claisse’s work in the ‘Curious House’ 2017 Exhibition: 28th October-10th December 2017

Curious House Exhibition

Update: 13 November 2017 Caroline Claisse was interviewed in the Sheffield Telegraph this week, describing her research and her exploration of design and technology to create novel heritage experiences. Read more here. In partnership with the museum volunteers at the Bishops’ House, designer and PhD candidate Caroline Claisse has co-created an interactive installation where museum visitors will experience the house […]

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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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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 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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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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‘Testing, Testing’ – Exhibition and Symposium

Imaging containing text 'Testing, Testing'

Testing, Testing SIA Gallery, Sheffield Hallam University Emma Bolland, Rose Butler, Michael Day, Susannah Gent, Debbie Michaels, Emma O’Connor, Bernadette O’Toole, Jo Ray, Rachel Smith, Rachel Emily Taylor Artists speak about ‘making’ all the time, but what making looks like, feels like, where it takes place and how it occurs can differ greatly from one artist to the next. Whether […]

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