Photography

blog: London Churches, Part 5

"A tall thin old man comes backwards slowly and carefully through the glass door, carrying a metal stepladder in one hand, and in the other a small pot of paint and a small brush. With an air of methodical tidiness, he leans the stepladder against the front of a left-hand stall, stands the pot of paint next to it, places the small brush sideways across the exact centre of the top of the pot."

The fifth part of a hyperfiction based on visits to churches in the City of London. Part 5 takes in the following: [read more...]

blog: London Churches, Part 4

"The Bank of England. I've never actually seen it before. Monolithic building, like a ziggurat. Staring blank walls, fortress-like. Two grey-haired bearded men in black overcoats, polished black shoes, pacing the pavement, side by side, both smoking cigars, deep in conversation. Incredible: like something out of the 1920s. Grey-haired men with cigars, controlling the economy."

The fourth part of a hyperfiction based on visits to churches in the City of London. Part 4 takes in the following:

St Stephen Walbrook [read more...]

event: Stained Glass in Wales

10/06/2011 10:00

Launch of the Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue, followed by a visit to St Mary's Church, Swansea, where some of the artists whose work is represented in the church will speak about their windows.

Speakers: Anna Eavis, Andrew Renton, Martin Crampin, Marilyn Griffiths, Alun Adams, Rodney Bender, Lisa Burkl

The closing date for registration is 3 June. The registration fee for the forum, including tea/coffee and lunch is £15 or £5 without lunch.

For further details contact:
Nicola Powell 01792 481163
nicola.powell@smu.ac.uk

Location

Welsh School of Architectural Glass
Alexandra Road
Swansea SA1 5DZ
United Kingdom

event: Conference; (De)constructing the Archive in a Digital Age.

24/11/2010

(De)constructing the Archive in a Digital Age.

24th November 2010, School of the Arts Loughborough University, UK.

Organised by Iris

http://archiveconference.wordpress.com/

One-day debate on the possibilities of the archive.

This event aims to provide an environment for sharing information whilst stimulating debates about the role of the archive within art, culture and design.

Possible topics of enquiry may include but are not limited to; [read more...]

Location

Loughborough University, School of the Arts
Epinal Way
Loughborough LE11 3TU
United Kingdom

project: ROYAL: Illuminated Manuscripts of the Kings and Queens of England

The research project focuses on the Library's collection of medieval and Renaissance Royal illuminated manuscripts. The project, a collaboration with The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, will culminate in a major exhibition at the British Library in 2011-2012; the research will become part of the British Library's free illustrated online Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts (CIM); and will also support and deliver a virtual exhibition and online introductory 'tours' of the Royal collection for visitors to the British Library website. [read more]

project: Poetry Beyond Text: Vision, Text and Cognition

This research project uses psychological, critical and creative methods to study how readers respond to the visual aspects of poetry. It involves specialists in English and Comparative Literature, Fine Art and Psychology. These include the shape of visual or concrete poetry (where words are arranged spatially in particular patterns on the page), the combination of poetry with images (in artists' books and prints), and the moving words and images found in digital poetry (a relatively new form of poetry which is usually web-based and often interactive). [read more]

project: Mapping the city in film: a geo-historical analysis

This project will provide the first full and extended research into the relationship between film and urban environments by developing an interactive digital map of Liverpool in film that will draw on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology. Utilising already established resources on Liverpool's urban landscape in film, which include a comprehensive database of films made in and of Liverpool from 1897 to the 1980s, the research will enable different urban spatial formations (filmic, architectural, geographic) to be brought into critical spatial dialogue. [read more]

event: Aesthetics as A Means to Heal

24/09/2010 18:30
24/09/2010 21:30

To celebrate London as the world's creative capital, digital collective Sojournposse will be hosting an event for London Design Festival 2010 at the Pearson Lecture Theatre, University College London.

"Aesthetics as a means to heal"
Friday, 24 September 2010. 6.30 pm to 9 pm.

It will discuss the use of aesthetics in artifacts as a means to heal, through insights gained via disciplines such as design, medical technology, anthropology, multimedia and photography. [read more...]

Location

Pearson Lecture Theatre, University College London London
United Kingdom

event: Mobile photography like you never imagined it: From reality to the Web and viceversa.

17/09/2010 19:30
17/09/2010 22:30

The first show of photographs created with smartphones arrives to Spain via the work of four international photographers from Canada, Italy, Spain and the US.

Eyephoneography kindly invites you to the opening of its inaugural photo-event, the first of its kind in Spain, eyephoneography #1. The photo-event will take place on September 17th from 19:30 to 22:30 at the Hub Madrid (c/ Gobernador 26, 28014 - Madrid, right behind CaixaForum). [read more...]

Location

Hub Madrid
c/ Gobernador 26
Madrid 28014
United Kingdom

project: Performance as a medium of learning in museums and at heritage sites - an investigation

The PERFORMANCE, LEARNING AND HERITAGE research project is an investigation into the uses and impact of performance as a medium of learning in museums and at historic sites. The Centre for Applied Theatre Research (CATR) undertook research into the increasing and varied use being made of theatre and other drama-based activity as interpretive tools with visitors to museums and historic sites - an expanding but relatively under-researched field of performance practice. [read more]
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