This session for staff and postgraduate researchers opened up key elements of and approaches to researching through creative practice, offered a space for sharing PaR projects and interests, as well as outlining processes in place at UoS for publishing practice based outputs via FigShare. The slides from the session are available here.
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The PaR Centre of Excellence offered an online workshop in publishing PaR to staff and postgraduate researchers in the School of Arts, Media and Creative Technology in January 2022. The session outline and slides are available below: ‘Publishing PaR: options, challenges and future possibilities’ – Wednesday 26th January: 2-4pm The PaR Centre of Excellence is
As part of the TaPRA (Theatre and Performance Research Association) Performance and New Technologies working group event, ‘Digital Disruptions’, Tim is presenting a new online exhibition of images, which is available to view via the link below. This exhibition contains ongoing studies, in which Tim initially presents selected examples of his practice as research detailing
This mini-symposium featured presentations by current postgraduate researchers, working in media and performance. Details of the presentations that were given are below: 2:00-2:05pm: Welcome from chairs 2:05-2:20pm: “T-Pose with Stillness: A Performative Demonstration” – Lucie Sykes The performative demonstration introduces the initial findings of my current practice as a research PhD on how to active
Funded PhD Studentships for 2021-2022 entry The NWCDTP brings together the Universities of Salford, Manchester, Keele, Lancaster, Liverpool, MMU, and the RNCM which between them award NWC PhD studentships annually. A full postgraduate award for full-time study provides funds to meet: –The payment of approved fees to the institution – A maintenance grant The level of
An exhibition of practice as research was presented at the Festival of Research in June 2019, including fixed exhibits, live demos and performances (see programme below) Insook Choi (with Gyung Kyun Shin), Journey from Earth to Fire Ceramic art became a global phenomenon with its developmental journey through silk road and maritime exchanging materials and