Photography dialogue day

Image: Dornith Doherty, from Archiving Eden, 2008-2011

  • Scott Building, Room 114, University of Plymouth

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Led by Liz Wells

This one day workshop relates to questions of seeds, sustainability and environmental futures focusing on the mediating agency of exhibitions. It offers an opportunity to consider curating as a mode of research-led practice and the ramifications of this model for the articulation of existing art projects within a group show framework and as a basis for audience engagement. It also considers the value of inter-disciplinary models of research and ways in which this may be effectively articulated within gallery and exhibition-related contexts.

Confirmed guest speakers:

Professor Dornith Doherty
University of North Texas, Denver

Dr Pippa Oldfield
Head of Programme, Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Judith Robinson
Arts and Cultural Development Manager at Plymouth City Council

University of Plymouth:

  • Professor David Chandler
  • Professor Mick Fuller
  • Professor Tom Hutchinson
  • Heidi Morstang
  • Professor Liz Wells

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