One-Day Workshop - Cultures of the Copy: creative and subversive reinventions of reproductive technology
Thursday 14 May 11.30-5.00, Highfield House, University Park
Speakers will include:
Richard Clay (University of Birmingham), on counterfeit coinage and graffiti
Evan Jones (University of Nottingham), on Xerox imagery in Punk
Ros Holmes (University of Oxford), Ai Weiwei’s Leg-gun Meme: the viral aesthetics of visual satire in contemporary China
Posted on April 8, 2015 at 14:01
24th May 2015
Tables are £9 but spaces are limited. To book a stall email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following info:
- Who are you, what do you do, where are you based?
- What kind of zines will be at your table?
- Price range? Up for swaps?
- Website link (if you have one).
There will be a FREE communal table for people with one-off zines to sell. Bring your zines on the day!
Workshops: We aim to have a few workshops exploring different…Continue
Posted on March 14, 2015 at 16:43
Closes: 14th April 2015
Royal College of Art School of Humanities announces a special open day for applicants interested in the RCA/HEFCE Postgraduate Support Scheme bursaries, worth £10K each.
Graduates from the School’s programmes go on to significant careers in the arts, academia, museums and galleries, and the media.
Critical Writing in Art and Design
Curating Contemporary Art
V&A/RCA History of Design
Over 200 £10k HEFCE/RCA Postgraduate Support…Continue
Posted on March 14, 2015 at 10:51
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic
Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
£38,511 - £47,328
This post will enhance and consolidate practice-led research in Art and Design between Liverpool School of Art and Design and Liverpool Biennial. It offers a unique opportunity for an exceptional individual to develop innovative and productive teaching and research activity by exploiting the…Continue
Posted on February 17, 2015 at 10:00
Workshop at the 10th Vienna Anthropology Days, 23.–25. April 2015
“I move therefore I am” is the motto of Brenda Farnell’s ground-breaking work in search for a theory of dynamic embodiment. Since the social sciences have started to overcome the Cartesian dualism of body and mind, movement has ontologically become acknowledged in its own right. The moving body, when walking, stumbling, dancing, performing, praying, fighting, idling, even when giving birth and probably when dying, is a…Continue
Posted on February 16, 2015 at 21:00