Graham Birrell of the Faculty of Education will be exploring the interplay between film and schools, in the latest of our School of Media Art and Design research seminars.
Canterbury Anifest, the award-winning animation festival and the largest annual event of this kind in the South East, returns on 8-9 March 2019. It’s a great community event that invites people of all ages to come and experience the magic of animation; allowing them to get involved with something out of the ordinary. With its range of workshops, masterclasses, talks and films, it has something for everyone. Anifest also caters for specialists and those in the industry, featuring national and international awards, and guest speakers from some of the biggest names in animation.
Ruth Sanz Sabido has organised a conference, Postmemory Analysis, to take place at Canterbury Christ Church University on 3 July 2018.
We are pleased to announce that the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts Conference will take place on 31 May and 1 June at CCCU.
Dr Chris Pallant of the School of MAD will reflect upon the publication lifecycle of one of his publications.
Dr Ruth Sanz Sabido of the School of MAD will present work in progress.
Professor Ágnes Gulyás of the School of Media, Art and Design is to deliver her inaugural lecture, titled ‘What is news?’, on Tuesday 27 March 2018.
PhD student Jane CoomberSewell will be looking at the representation of World War 2 in the work of Joyce Grenfell and her private writings.
PhD candidates Nick Furze, Emma Graves and Aurora Patera in the School of Media Art and Design are organising this year’s MeCSSA conference at Canterbury Christ Church University on the theme of Media, Communities, Cultures.
Dr Andy Birtwistle, Reader in Film and Sound is to present an audio-visual extravaganza.