Using the arts to revitalise our relationship with a resource we take for granted
One-Day Symposium: Villainous, feminised, weak and wanting; men in the sensation genre are often seen as lacking. Critical readings of the genre, moreover, have tended to focus on its constructions of femininity, largely neglecting representations of men and masculinity.
An international symposium of manifestos, interventions and future visions of the diverse aesthetic forms, sensibilities, regional particularities and politics of walking art practices.
Charles Causley (1917-2003) was an important figure in British poetry who has only lately begun to receive the critical and scholarly attention that is due such a popular and highly anthologised literary figure.
Cosmographies brings together scholars from the arts, humanities and space studies, to explore representations of ‘outer space’ in textual and visual culture. The conference will enable cross-disciplinary dialogue in order to establish new ways of investigating the significance of ‘outer space’ as a rich source of socio-cultural production.
In this brave new world of Makerspaces and Fablabs anyone can be a digital craftpreneur, harnessing the power of digital technologies to create, co-create, collaborate, make and sell.
Contemporary puppetry, Automata and related theory, Performative design, Toy theatre, Puppetry and communal activism, Object orientated ontology, Scenario animation, Stop motion animation, Puppets on film, Digital puppetry and app design, Pop-up books, Object theatre
Exploring critical and creative responses to illness, death and dying in literary and visual culture.