‘The importance of creative collaboration’ – Visual Communication’s Pam Bowman interviewed by Creative Review and Dropbox

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Principal Lecturer in Visual Communication Pam Bowman was recently interviewed by Creative Review and Dropbox for a report on creativity and collaborative working. The report, entitled The importance of creative collaboration investigates the importance of collaboration in making great creative work and is available here. Pam’s interview is on page 10. Pam Bowman is Principal Lecturer and Program Lead for Visual Communication at […]

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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 June 2017 – Lunchtime seminar with Joanne Lee (Visual Communication, SHU) and Rosemary Shirley (Art History & Curating, Manchester Metropolitan University)

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Speakers: Joanne Lee (Visual Communication, SHU) and Rosemary Shirley (Art History and Curating, Manchester Metropolitan University) Title: Littered Landscapes Joanne Lee (Visual Communication, SHU) and Rosemary Shirley (Art History and Curating, Manchester Metropolitan University) invite you to a lunchtime seminar about ‘Littered Landscapes’ With its multiple causes, varied material substance, persistent mobility and enduring legacy, litter is a subject that […]

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Our Future Shared with Robots – exhibition opens Friday 17 March 2017

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Co-botics: Our Future Shared with Robots Adelphi Room, Crucible Theatre, 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 1DA Friday 17 March & Saturday 18 March 2017 Exhibition is open to the general public and for school group bookings Admission is free As robots and automated devices becomes more commonplace, this exhibition poses questions about the future use of robotic technologies in society. […]

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Wednesday 03 February 2016 – Lunchtime seminar with Chloë Brown (Fine Art, SHU) and Joanne Lee (Visual Communication, SHU)

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Title: Returns Speakers: Chloë Brown (Fine Art, SHU) and Joanne Lee (Visual Communication, SHU) Chloë Brown and Joanne Lee will talk about the Returns project, whose current work forms In Return, an exhibition in SIA Gallery from 02-21 February. In Return presents the latest work of Returns, a group of artist researchers from Sheffield Hallam University and Nottingham Trent University […]

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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)

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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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