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Prospecting Symposium Review by Gabrielle Hoad

Supported by Visual Art South West, Exeter based writer & artist Gabrielle Hoad received writing bursary to review the ‘Prospecting’ Artists Symposium in Somerset. Images by London based artist Léonie Hampton.

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Prospecting Symposium Review by Gabrielle Hoad

Supported by Visual Art South West, Exeter based writer & artist Gabrielle Hoad received writing bursary to review the ‘Prospecting’ Artists Symposium, which took place on 1st November at University Centre Somerset. Images by London based artist Léonie Hampton.

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#mina2018

mina is the mobile innovation network and association and is based at Swinburne University of Technology in melbourne australia.  in 2018 the mina symposium was in it’s eighth iteration sitting alongside the 8th International Mobile Innovation Screenings.  i took part in […]

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turning to look at tranche 3 …

if i could take a photograph of my thinking about the 3rd trache how might it look ? like this blog post as i aim to capture where i am today with it.     the background to the photo […]

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The Occult Turn

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Senate Room (Room 461), Main Building, University of Glasgow
  • From:
    September 14, 2018
  • To:
    September 15, 2018
  • Location:
    Scotland
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Introducing Social Making 2018

Social Making: Socially Engaged Practice Now and Next is the second biennial symposium developed and delivered by Take A Part CIC. The aim of the symposium is to bring examples of international socially engaged practices to the South West of the […]

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Social Making

‘Social Making: Socially Engaged Practice Now and Next’ is a biennial symposium developed and delivered by Take A Part CIC, exploring contemporary social practice.
http://www.effordtakeapart.org.uk/social-making/

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Presenting at Drawing Conversations 2, Coventry University

Very excited and somewhat nervous at the prospect of presenting a paper about the project and video at Drawing Conversations 2: Body, Space Object, at Coventry university in December. Having been out of academia for a while, I am getting up […]

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Ethics, art and technology: the need for a human-centred approach

At a recent symposium in London, academics, technologists, artists and film makers gathered to discuss the politics and ethics of art technology. Artist and writer Alistair Gentry attended and was struck by the need for a much closer relationship between the tech and ethical tendencies in this ongoing and vitally important debate.

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Day two of slowing down

Doing deceleration symposium at Nottingham Contemporary. We started the day in the project space of Nottingham Contemporary exploring the theme of ‘Doing Deceleration’. This was an event open to the wider public, not just the Summer Lodge. A full list […]

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Creating spaces for dialogue: feminist thinking in art practice

‘Of Other Spaces: Where does gesture become event?’ is a two-‘chapter’ exhibition and symposium at Cooper Gallery, Dundee that presents contemporary and historical feminist art from the 1970s onwards in an attempt to create a dialogue between “artists, thinkers, artworks and practices”. Dundee-based artist Valerie Norris reports from Scotland’s ‘she town’.

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Art is… at Tate Modern: stimulating, provocative and often moving

At the recent Art Is… event at Tate Modern, the Freelands Foundation gathered together a cast of artists, educators, gallery directors and more to present a series of talks and discussions about the idea of socially useful art, the importance of art education, and the role of creative freedom for artists. Fisun Guner reports.

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