- 1 June – Afternoon – Canterbury Christ Church University
Practices and Processes of Practice-Research: Interdisciplinary and Methodological Critique – a half-day symposium titled: Practices and Processes of Practice-Research: Interdisciplinary and Methodological Critique featuring position papers by Professor Paul Whitty (Music, Oxford Brookes University), Dr Rachel Hann (Theatre, University of Surrey) and Professor Erik Knudesn (Visual and Digital Culture, Bournemouth University).
Booking is essential and tickets can be purchased here: http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/event-booking/book.aspx?event=64201
- 3 November, afternoon – Goldsmiths – Media Practice Research Symposium – details and how to register – Eventbrite.
Media Practice Research Symposium (abstracts/speaker bios).
- 9 November, evening – Goldsmiths – Spaces Between: Practice research pedagogy lecture series – Behjat Omer and Evanthia Tselika to talk about their arts practice. Details.
- 25 November, evening – City University – Can Composition and Performance be Research? Critical Perspectives – a group of panellists will lead a discussion on current debates about the relationship between practice and research centring on John Croft’s recent and significant article ‘Composition is not Research’ (Tempo, 69/272 (April 2015), pp. 6-11) and a forthcoming article in response by Ian Pace. Further details.
- 30 November – deadline for calls for papers for Nottingham Trent University’s PHD Research in Practice symposium for PhD students in the creative arts
21-22 January, 2016. NTU-PhD-Symposium_Jan16.
- 3 December, evening – Goldsmiths – screening of Lovers in Time or How we didn’t get arrested in Harare, a film by Dr Agnieszka Piotrowska (Course Leader MA/MSc Digital Film, University of Bedfordshire), as part of the Political Film Festival; for more information and to register (drinks are being served afterwards), go to http://centrepostcolonialstudies.org/film-festival-2015/
- 21/22 January – Nottingham Trent University – PHD Research in Practice symposium for PhD students in the creative arts. NTU-PhD-Symposium_Jan16