METHOD 2022 Conference training and CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Key dates: Conference: September 21st and 22nd, remotely via zoom, plus visitor’s base room in Cantor. Pre-conference METHOD abstract training: 8th June 10am-12pm, remotely via zoom: https://shu.zoom.us/j/4900996114 (passcode 8022) Abstract submission deadline: 4th July 2022 send here.  Below you will find three sections: Introduction to the conference theme. Submission and abstract details. A training session for METHOD 2022 to assist […]

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World-leading impact for SHU’s art, design and media research in REF2021

REF2021 results

The recent REF2021 results confirm the benefits to society, culture and health of practice-based art, design and media research at Sheffield Hallam University. REF has rated the Art, Design & Media Research Centre (ADMRC) and Lab4Living as 100% World-leading or Internationally excellent for impact. The ADMRC and Lab4Living have a well-established track record for practice-based research which is reflected in […]

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Art, Design and Media research recognised in REF2021 for world leading and internationally excellent research

REF2021 results

The latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) results have now been released. We are delighted to share results from the Art, Design & Media Research Centre (ADRMC) and Lab4Living confirming world leading and internationally excellent research. Key findings highlight the strong research environment and the impact that our research is having on society, culture and the economy. Key findings from REF2021: […]

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CCRI Doctoral Conference IMPACT 2021 – 15th & 16th September 2021

The IMPACT 2021 Conference programme can be found online here. Sheffield Hallam University students and staff are invited to attend IMPACT 2021, a conference led by the University’s Culture & Creativity Research Institute. The event will take place online across two days and will weave together presentations from Postgraduate Research Students (PGR) and Early Career Researchers (ECR), with discussions and presentations by staff […]

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ADMRC and Lab4Living launch Research Archive

ADMRC Research Archive

The Art, Design & Media Research Centre (ADMRC) and Lab4Living have launched an online archive presenting the wide range of research carried out by staff. This new resource provides rich insights into the methods and approaches employed by over 30 members of staff in research which was recently judged by REF to be 90% ‘world leading’ (4*) and ‘internationally excellent’ […]

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The Design Journal Vol. 23 issue 1, edited by Paul Atkinson

Design Journal 23.1

The Design Journal’s first issue of Volume 23 – and of the new decade – has now been published, and includes articles by several ADRC staff. In his editorial, ‘Root and Branch’, editor Prof Paul Atkinson considers a number of themes emerging in this issue’s papers. The first theme of ‘developing cultures’ is explored in James Corazzo (SHU Lecturer in […]

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Graphic Design Research Beyond REF2021 – Symposium at Loughborough University

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Graphic Design Research Beyond REF2021 Wednesday 20 March 2019, 12.30PM—4.30PM Loughborough University This symposium continues discussion and debate about Graphic Design Research and the Research Excellence Framework that began at Sheffield Hallam University in October 2018. It will, again, bring together senior managers, researchers and graphic design educators to define some important terms of reference for the future of graphic […]

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Graphic Design and the Research Excellence Framework

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This event was reviewed recently by Steve Rigley in Eye Magazine. Read the review here. See the original post about the symposium here. Graphic Design and the Research Excellence Framework If you know where to look, graphic design research is thriving (Walker 2014), and in these places, we can glimpse how graphic design contributes to new forms of knowledge and […]

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Graphic Design and the Research Excellence Framework – One day symposium at Sheffield Institute of Arts – 17 October 2018

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Graphic Design and the Research Excellence Framework One-Day Symposium Sheffield Institute of Arts Sheffield Hallam University 17 October 2018, 12.30PM – 5.30PM Tickets are free and available here , but you/your institution must be members of CHEAD or the Graphic Design Educators’ Network. If you have any questions,  please contact James Corazzo. Speakers: Paul Bailey – London College of Communication […]

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