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.
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 James Newton is organising a one day symposium exploring the individual films, cycles, genres and traditions of exploitation cinema since the turn of the century in the School of Media Art and Design, Canterbury Christ Church University.
Exploitation Cinema in the 21st Century
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for the event please visit http://shop.canterbury.ac.uk/product-catalogue/media-art-and-design/media-art-and-design/exploitation-cinema-in-the-21st-century-symposium
The schedule for “Artists, Archives and A/Gender” at the Sidney Cooper Centre is now available.
Dr James Newton is organising a symposium on contemporary exploitation cinema at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Canterbury Anifest returns to Canterbury Christ Church University again for another weekend of screenings, talks and workshops.
30 September-2 October 2016
Augustine House, Canterbury, Rhodaus Town, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2YA
The highlight of the weekend is undoubtedly Peter Firmin, cocreator with Oliver Postgate of Bagpuss, The Clangers, Ivor the Engine and many more Smallfilms animations. Firmin with be talking with Postgate’s son, Dan Postgate, producer and writer of the new episodes of The Clangers on 1 October 2016.
Other speakers across the weekend will include voice actress Teresa Gallagher of Cars 2 and The Amazing World of Gumball, sound engineer Dave Peacock, Lead CG Modeller Ty Johnson of LAIKA, animator Steve Segal and writer and director John Walsh of the Ray Harryhausen Foundation.
The weekend will also include a symposium on comics and animation and the annual Anifest Awards Evening on Friday 30 September 2016.
Anifest has been organised by Chris Pallant, Jo Samuel, and Craig Smith from the School of Media, Art and Design. For further details and tickets see http://www.canterburyanifest.com/. For the symposium, go to http://www.canterburyanifest.com/cfp.
Powell Building, North Holmes Road Campus, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1QU, UK.
On Monday 14th December the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts will be hosting a one-day interdisciplinary conference entitled Glitch 2015 – the politics of failure, error, disorder and noise.