16th January 2019 | 16:00-18:00 GMT | Birmingham School of Art |
Using the School of Art’s recent representation at IMPACT10 in Santander, Spain as a starting point, the second session from the Material Encounters Research Cluster will focus on the development of shared international outputs between research staff and doctoral researchers as a key strategy for the development of ambitious collegiate, future projects.
4pm | Catherine Baker ~ Catherine will introduce the successful Diverso ENCUENTROS submission for IMPACT10 and plans for future 2020 submissions.
4.40 | Jonnie Turpie ~ PGR Student Jonnie will discuss the impact that attendance at this event had on his practice-based research, extension of research networks and on becoming part of an international community of print-based researchers.
5.00 | Soha AlZaid ~ PGR Student Soha will present her latest research paper, to be published as part of the IMPACT10 conference proceedings in the very near future.
5.20pm | Jacqueline Taylor ~ Jacqueline Taylor will discuss her collaborative international project Otherlands at the University of Memphis and facilitate discussion of future projects for the Material Encounters cluster.
We hope that you can join us to discuss the ways in which we can extend involvement in future event(s) planning and networking opportunities through the Material Encounters Research Cluster.