School of Art & Design Research Conference Day 2

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Conferences

The School of Art & Design presents day 2 of their Research Conference 2018 featuring presentations, workshops and exhibitions from staff and research students

  • From: Friday 22 June 2018, 9 am
  • To: Friday 22 June 2018, 5 pm
  • Registration: 9.00 am - 9.30 am
  • Location: Bonington 143 Lecture Theatre, Nottingham Trent University, 50 Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, NG1 4FQ
  • Booking deadline: Monday 18 June 2018, 11.59 pm

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Event details

The School of Art & Design are holding their 2018 Research Conference on 21 and 22 June. Everyone is welcome to attend, however attendance on each day should be booked separately. The programme for day 2 is shown below. Please book onto day 1 under the separate event.

Locations:

  • All events are in Bonington Lecture Theatre 143 unless otherwise specified
  • All refreshments will be served in Bonington Atrium

Friday 22 June 2018

9.00 am: Refreshments

9.30 am – 11.00 am: Presentations

  • 9.30 am - Michelle Hughes - ‘Desideratum - creating desire through ASMR’
  • 9.45 am - Tom Fisher - ‘How do Art and Design research contribute: what SHOULD we be doing?’
  • 10.00 am - Hui-Ying Kerr - ‘Sweet Treats and Foreign Foods: Hanako Magazine and the Internationalised Women of the Japanese Bubble Economy’
  • 10.15 am - Patrick Lonergan - ‘A Girl Named Kate: Exploring Abjectification in Fashion’
  • 10.30 am - Gayani Nandasiri - ‘A study of the use of mini bladders as a treatment for the venous disease’
  • 10.45 am - Fiona Hamblin - ‘GLOOP!’

11.00 am: Refreshments

11.30 am – 1.00 pm: Presentations

  • 11.30 am - Daniel Shin - ‘Design for Sustainable Behaviour’
  • 11.45 am - Yuri Siregar - ‘Integrated Experience In Fashion Stores’
  • 12.00 pm - Katherine Townsend and Jim Boxall - ‘Other Clothing Cultures’
  • 12.15 pm - Jonathan Hamilton - ‘Communicating fragile objects and materials in an authentic virtual environment, by means of multidisciplinary collaborative practice’
  • 12.30 pm - Julian Wing - ‘Does fashion and style matter to older people living in residential care settings. How strong is the desire to maintain personal identity and a sense of self through appearance?’

1.00 pm: Lunch

1.45 pm: Pecha Kucha Presentations (20 seconds X 20 slides)

  • Emily Andersen - ‘Ruth Fainlight: a poet’s story’
  • Emma Cocker - ‘Choreo-graphic Figures: Deviations from the Line’
  • Emily Strange - ‘Unofficial archive: Drawing as a transformative vehicle’
  • Juliana Sissons - ‘Pattern Cutting for Fashion: Inspired by surgical cuts’
  • Kevin Hunt - ‘Exploring the Senses in Art and Design’
  • Rachael Wickenden - ‘A practice-led design approach to the development of E-textiles for interior spaces’

2.45 pm: In Conversation:

  • Professor Tim Cooper, facilitated by Professor Tony Kent -  Discussion on Professor Cooper’s work with sustainable textiles

3.30 pm: Future Directions – Professor Jake Kaner

4.00 pm: Conclusion and Refreshments

Poster Exhibition

Alongside the conference events, an exhibition featuring the work of three Art & Design staff members and a poster exhibition featuring a mixture of staff and research students will both be available in Bonington Atrium:

  • Bushra Alghamdi
  • Kallina Brailsford
  • Ruth Clifford
  • Emily Gray
  • Theodore Hughes-Riley
  • Iryna Kuksa
  • Jureepon Lueakha
  • Lisa Shawgi
  • Leanne Tonkin
  • Rachael Wickenden
  • Achala Satharasinghe

Exhibition of Research

  • Naomi Braithwaite - 'Shoe and Tell'
  • Charles Fox – 'Found Cambodia'
  • Angharad McLaren - 'Darning Clothes, Weaving Conversations: crafting sustainable fashion futures'

For any queries about the Art & Design School Research Conference, please contact Lauren Lilley

Photo credit: Naomi Braithwaite

Booking information

Please reserve your place using the button above and advise if you have any dietary or special requirements.

Location details

Address:

Nottingham Trent University
50 Shakespeare Street
Nottingham
NG1 4FQ

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