You are welcome to join us for the following research seminar: “Space Interface: collaborating on the mixed reality continuum” by Dr Mathew Emmett Scott Building 102, Plymouth University Wednesday 26 October 2016, 4.30 – 6.00pm In this seminar, shared by ARC (Artistic Research Cluster) and Performance.Experience.Presence (P.E.P) research group, Mathew will talk about his ongoing Space Interface collaboration with… Continue reading 26 October 2016: artistic research seminar on mixed reality collaboration
You are welcome to attend the following MUSIC RESEARCH SEMINAR by Paul Wilson (Wren Music) Wednesday 11 May 2016 at 2 pm in Rolle 015, Plymouth University “Moving Modes: Truths and questions about the Music of English Folk Song” This talk investigates some of the truths and myths about the musical modes of English Folk Song.… Continue reading 11 May 2016: seminar on music of English folk song
You are welcome to attend the following seminar of Plymouth University’s English & Creative Writing research group: Wednesday 27th April 2016, 3.30-5pm in the Babbage Building, room BGB 409, at Plymouth University ‘The Chain of the Narration’: transatlantic fiction and the natural history of North America a paper by Dr Kathryn Gray.
Professional Development Seminar: Artists’ Film and Narrative April 9 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm at Porthmeor Studios, St Ives This professional development seminar for artists will explore the use of narrative in artists’ moving image work and will be led by artist and filmmaker Anya Lewin. Although there has been a trajectory of artists working… Continue reading 9 April 2016: Seminar on film and narrative in St Ives for professional artists, led by Dr Anya Lewin
You are welcome to attend the following talk by Dr David Sergeant (Lecturer in English) on “Thinking through Space in Fiction” Thursday 24 March 2016 at 4.30pm in the seminar room on floor 3 of the Link Building, Plymouth University (as part of the CogNovo What’s Up series) Narrative is, by its very nature, temporal,… Continue reading 24 March 2016: “Thinking through Space in Fiction” seminar
You are welcome to attend this seminar, presented by James Sweeting, and organised by the Transtechnology research group 23 March 2016 at 1pm in the seminar room on Floor 3 of the Link Building, Plymouth University. In 1979, Gunpei Yokoi, traveling on a bullet train, saw a bored businessman playing with an LCD calculator… Continue reading 23 March 2016: “Freedom of Time and Space: Technological Affordances of Play” seminar