Category Archives: Symposium

Printed Poetry Symposium – 14th October at Arnolfini, Bristol

MAMDP alum and CFPR Senior Research fellow Angie Butler is organising a one-day symposium in Bristol on Thursday 14th October. The event features local and national poets, and a visit to the Letterpress Collective before the symposium event at Arnolfini.

Printed Poetry Symposium – 14th October at Arnolfini, Bristol

MAMDP alum and CFPR Senior Research fellow Angie Butler is organising a one-day symposium in Bristol on Thursday 14th October. The event features local and national poets, and a visit to the Letterpress Collective before the symposium event at Arnolfini.

Niamh Fahy presenting at the (Re)imagined Landscape’s symposium this week

MAMDP alum and current PhD student Niamh Fahy is presenting at the (Re)imagined Landscape’s symposium this Thursday, 10th June 2021, with a talk: (De)constructing the Anthropocene. ‘This year’s Literary and Visual Landscapes symposium will be held virtually on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th June

Niamh Fahy presenting at the (Re)imagined Landscape’s symposium this week

MAMDP alum and current PhD student Niamh Fahy is presenting at the (Re)imagined Landscape’s symposium this Thursday, 10th June 2021, with a talk: (De)constructing the Anthropocene. ‘This year’s Literary and Visual Landscapes symposium will be held virtually on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th June

Niamh Fahy presenting at (Re)imagined Landscapes Symposium

MAMDP alum and current CFPR PhD researcher Niamh Fahy is presenting at this free event: ‘This year’s Literary and Visual Landscapes symposium will be held virtually on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th June 2021, on the theme of (Re)imagined Landscapes. Facilitating an interdisciplinary conversation through a wide

Niamh Fahy presenting at (Re)imagined Landscapes Symposium

MAMDP alum and current CFPR PhD researcher Niamh Fahy is presenting at this free event: ‘This year’s Literary and Visual Landscapes symposium will be held virtually on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th June 2021, on the theme of (Re)imagined Landscapes. Facilitating an interdisciplinary conversation through a wide

The Art of the Maker student and alumni symposium

The Art of the Maker Student Symposium – Sustainability and Resilience for Studio-Based Practice and Practice-Based Research Monday 22nd March & Thursday 25th March 2021  UWE Bristol School of Art & Design The Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) The

The Art of the Maker student and alumni symposium

The Art of the Maker Student Symposium – Sustainability and Resilience for Studio-Based Practice and Practice-Based Research Monday 22nd March & Thursday 25th March 2021  UWE Bristol School of Art & Design The Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) The

Catherine Cartwright and Beatriz Leonardo in Prints as GIFs, USA

Catherine (alum and current PhD student) and Beatriz (alum) have both had gifs selected for an exhibition as part of Remote Contact, a student-led virtual printmaking symposium intended to provide a forum for students in printmaking. During this global pandemic,

Catherine Cartwright and Beatriz Leonardo in Prints as GIFs, USA

Catherine (alum and current PhD student) and Beatriz (alum) have both had gifs selected for an exhibition as part of Remote Contact, a student-led virtual printmaking symposium intended to provide a forum for students in printmaking. During this global pandemic,

Ben Jenner exhibiting in The Future is Queer, USA

‘The Future is Queer’ is featured as a virtual exhibition curated by Erin Wohletz as part of The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Remote Contact Symposium, March 2021. ‘Queer’ is a term which has evaded definition. Just when you think you

Ben Jenner exhibiting in The Future is Queer, USA

‘The Future is Queer’ is featured as a virtual exhibition curated by Erin Wohletz as part of The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Remote Contact Symposium, March 2021. ‘Queer’ is a term which has evaded definition. Just when you think you

Emma Brown presenting at Education and Illustration: Models Methods Paradigms

MAMDP student Emma Brown is going to be presenting at this symposium, on her Who’s Caring For You project with the NHS. Education and Illustration: Models Methods Paradigms, 11th Illustration Research Symposium. Kingston University, UK. Thursday 11 February – Friday 12 February

Emma Brown presenting at Education and Illustration: Models Methods Paradigms

MAMDP student Emma Brown is going to be presenting at this symposium, on her Who’s Caring For You project with the NHS. Education and Illustration: Models Methods Paradigms, 11th Illustration Research Symposium. Kingston University, UK. Thursday 11 February – Friday 12 February

Imi Maufe – talk for Transposition as Artistic Practice

MAMDP alumna Imi Maufe is part of the project Non‑Book: Designing a book that conveys the Holo­caust in Litzmann­stadt ghetto 1939‑1945. This project is a continuation of artistic research in Łódź, Poland during the period 2016 to 2019. It explores

Imi Maufe – talk for Transposition as Artistic Practice

MAMDP alumna Imi Maufe is part of the project Non‑Book: Designing a book that conveys the Holo­caust in Litzmann­stadt ghetto 1939‑1945. This project is a continuation of artistic research in Łódź, Poland during the period 2016 to 2019. It explores

Jennifer Gathercole in Illustrating Mental Health exhibition

Visitation by Jennifer is in an exhibition at the University of Worcester. The exhibition runs alongside the Illustration Research network’s Illustrating Mental Health Symposium, 8-9 November. More info on the event can be found here.

Jennifer Gathercole in Illustrating Mental Health exhibition

Visitation by Jennifer is in an exhibition at the University of Worcester. The exhibition runs alongside the Illustration Research network’s Illustrating Mental Health Symposium, 8-9 November. More info on the event can be found here.

Theadora Ballantyne-Way presenting at Illustrating Mental Health symposium

MAMDP alumna Theadora Ballantyne-Way will be presenting at the University of Worcester for the Illustration Research network’s Illustrating Mental Health symposium in November. Her talk will be: Our Affair with Current Affairs and the Impact on Mental Health. The full programme

Theadora Ballantyne-Way presenting at Illustrating Mental Health symposium

MAMDP alumna Theadora Ballantyne-Way will be presenting at the University of Worcester for the Illustration Research network’s Illustrating Mental Health symposium in November. Her talk will be: Our Affair with Current Affairs and the Impact on Mental Health. The full programme