This an open call for potential partners, collaborators and researchers at any stage of their career with an interest in the artist-led field, who would like to contribute time, space, thought and conversation.
This proposal for an edited volume of essays takes the intersection of contemporary art and heritage as its central concept. Deadline for abstract submissions: Friday 6 October 2017.
Dr Nima Poovaya-Smith talks about curating Imtiaz Dharker’s ‘Sense of Line’ exhibition alongside MA students from the University of Leeds.
Helen Graham will be working with Phil Bixby (York Environment Forum) and the City of York Council to develop a long term public engagement strategy linked to a regeneration project in the Castle Gateway area of York.
Curator and student John Wright talks of his involvement with an artist-led collective based in Leeds and how it relates to his PhD research.
As part of Milton Keynes Disability Awareness Day, Jade French will be talking through research undertaken for her PhD, Art as Advocacy, at an event at the MK Gallery on 13 July.
We are looking for a researcher to play a key role in a new research project to be run in collaboration with the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford.
This part-time fixed term post in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies is aimed at academics with proven abilities to carry out teaching and research in Heritage Studies, Museum Studies, or a relevant subject area.
We are currently calling for speakers prepared to rise to the challenge of sharing their current work in three minutes at the next Heritage Show + Tell on 6 June 2017.
PhD student Jade French was interviewed last week alongside co-researcher Leah Jones as part of World Down Syndrome Awareness Week.