Bryan Hawkins is curating Dialogic Imaginations, a series of practice-based research events within the School of Media Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University. The first two events are:
You still have time to catch Bryan Hawkins, Eddie McMillan and Pete Wallace’s installation in Canterbury Cathedral.
City of the Imagination
Venue: Cathedral Chapter House, Cathedral Precincts, Canterbury
Opening Times: 10am–5pm (15th-22nd October 2016, closed Sunday 16 October)
William Blake declared “every age is a Canterbury Pilgrimage”.
City of the Imagination links ancient forms of light and sound to 21st century technology within the magnificent architecture of the Chapter House and celebrates Canterbury Cathedral as at the heart of an ‘imagined’, spiritual, artistic and inspirational city. The installation will reflect the contemplative power and grandeur of the Chapter House alongside Canterbury’s imaginal, traditional and contemporary stories.
Curated and created by Bryan Hawkins, Eddie McMillan and Pete Wallace, School of Media Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University.
2016 marks the centenary of the Dada movement and the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts at Canterbury Christ Church University will mark this with a series of lectures that aims to blur the boundaries between the formal lecture and artistic performance, offering both creative practitioners and academics the opportunity to experiment with new ways of presenting their ideas and their work. All events are free. Please see the gallery website for further information on each event.
- 18 November 2015
- 4.15pm-6.15pm – Powell Building – Pf06, North Holmes Road Campus, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, CT1 1QU
- Speaker: Dr Lauren Redhead (Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts, CCCU)
11 November 2015 4.15pm-5.30pm
Powell Building – Pf06, North Holmes Road Campus, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, CT1 1QU
Eddie McMillan (CCCU) Bryan Hawkins (CCCU)
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