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Events

Myths and Methods: Creative Approaches to Researching Arts and Cultural Policy

01 November 2018

Please join us on a one-day interdisciplinary workshop on creative methods for researching the cultural sector, on 1 November at the University of Manchester. This event brings together postgraduate researchers, established and early career academics, practitioners and policy makers from fields as diverse as museology, art history, cultural..

STP&A2018: Culture, Democracy and the Arts – Rights Here, Right Now

01 - 03 November 2018

This major international conference, the oldest for arts management and cultural policy, comes to Manchester for the first time in November 2018. The conference is organized by the Institute for Cultural Practices, University of Manchester as part of Creative Manchester, in partnership with the scientific committee managed by the Social Theory..

Serenity and strife: modernism and maternity in Barbara Hepworth’s ‘Three Forms’ - Kathryn Pallant

17:00 - 18:30 07 November 2018

As part of the Art History and Cultural Practices seminar series, Kathryn Pallant, PhD Candidate at the Centre for New Writing, The University of Manchester, will be discussing "Serenity and strife: modernism and maternity in Barbara Hepworth’s ‘Three Forms’ (1935)".

Lee Lozano: Breakdown - Jo Applin

17:00 - 18:30 15 November 2018

As part of the Art History and Cultural Practices seminar series, Dr Jo Applin will be discussing the work of Lee Lozano. Jo Applin is a Reader in the History of Art at The Courtauld Institute of Art, and a specialist in modern and contemporary art, with a particular emphasis on American art since 1960. Her book, 'Lee Lozano: Not Working' was..

Art(ist) as Witness: displacement, trauma, resistance and memory - Jenna Ashton

17:00 - 18:30 06 December 2018

As part of the Whitworth Studies series Dr Jenna Ashton, Lecturer and Programme Director of Heritage Studies at The University of Manchester will being delivering a seminar entitled: "Art(ist) as Witness: displacement, trauma, resistance and memory"

Gerhard Mercator's World Map - Danielle Gravon

17:00 - 18:30 12 December 2018

As part of the Art History and Cultural Practices seminar series, Danielle Gravon will be delivering a seminar entitled: "Art History and Cultural Practices, Gerhard Mercator's World Map: Exegesis and Utopia in ‘Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio’ (1595)" Danielle is a PhD Candidate in Art History and Cultural Practices at the University..

Gerhard Mercator's World Map - Danielle Gravon

17:00 - 18:30 12 December 2018

As part of the Art History and Cultural Practices seminar series, Danielle Gravon will be delivering a seminar entitled: "Art History and Cultural Practices, Gerhard Mercator's World Map: Exegesis and Utopia in ‘Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio’ (1595)" Danielle is a PhD Candidate in Art History and Cultural Practices at the University..

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