Archives for creative practice

CPM5 | Making Creativity Pay

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CPM5 | Making Creativity Pay Discussion with Professionals on Making a Living Aglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Lord Ashcroft Building 109 Wed 19th June 2019 2-4pm Speakers: Pauline Burt (Ffilm Cymru Wales) Dr Nanette Hoogslag (Anglia Ruskin University) Mark Segal (The Artists Agency) Chair: Hans Petch (Anglia Ruskin University) This workshop is designed to invite an...

CPM4 | Communicating Research

CPM4 | Communicating Research Panel Discussion on Tools to Demonstrate Impact Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Lord Ashcroft Building 109 Mon 10th June 2019 2-4pm Speakers: Prof Jane Pavitt (Kingston) Prof Felicity Colman (Kingston) Dr Joanna Callaghan (Sussex) Chair: Paul Marris (Anglia Ruskin) What kind of approaches, practical tools and creative strategies best facilitate demonstrating the...

Collusion Making Things in VR

Collusion Making Things in VR Presentation with Shreepali Patel and Mark Pickering LAB006, ARU, Cambridge, 18 September 2018, 6-8pm ”This seminar was a great opportunity for artists, arts organisations, and anyone working in a creative industry that's interested in virtual reality to meet and connect. Speakers will show new work and explain their production methods,...

Creative Practice Methods (CPM)

Creative Practice Methodology Workshops
Creative Practice Methods (CPM) StoryLab Engages in a Continuous Exploration of Creative Practice Methods As part of this project, StoryLab runs a series of workshops addressing creative practice methods. These events produce cross-disciplinary conversations through roundtable discussions, presentations, and technical demonstrations in the field of creative practice research that attracts researchers as well as graduate...

Refugee Crisis

Refugee Crisis
Refugee Crisis Challenges and Opportunities in Creative Practice Research Symposium, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 20 June 2018 This event was hosted by StoryLab, Anglia Ruskin University’s Migrant Studies Network in collaboration with the City of Sanctuary Cambridge, and as part of the Refugee Week events. The symposium aimed to open up a dialogue between artists and...

Machine Seeing

Machine Seeing StoryLab are exploring and addressing a series of questions and challenges on existing and emerging creative technologies. Innovations in media technologies have opened up new ways of witnessing the world. These emerging modes of “machine seeing” raise novel questions about user experience, renaissance and role of synergistic creative tools such as sound, changing...

Freedom to Play

Freedom to Play at Sheffield Doc Fest
Freedom to Play The Pros and Cons of Filmmaking as Research StoryLab / Sheffield Documentary Film Festival, 9-12th June 2018 Supported by StoryLab and Sheffield Documentary Film Festival, a panel of filmmakers and academics explored the growing trend of straddling filmmaking and academic lives and discuss the pros and cons of making films as research....

The Name Still Spoken

The Name Still Spoken
The Name Still Spoken An Immersive Narrative Investigation of 360 Filming The Name Still Spoken (TNSS) is part of a series of ongoing investigations by StoryLab into the creative, ethical and socio-economic application of immersive media. It takes impetus from Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal (2004) and aims to convey the spatial narrative of the consecrated...

Vulnerable Selves

Vulnerability
Vulnerable Selves Dual Perspectives, Immersive Media and the Narrative of Vulnerability In this project, StoryLab critically explore the lived experience and interpretation of vulnerability and investigate the possibilities and limitations of using immersive media through an observational case study of emerging filmmakers. Situated within ‘me too’ and representation in the media, the project explores how...

Could Try Harder

Could Try Harder
Could Try Harder Could Try Harder: An Audiovisual Investigation into Capturing and Creating a Shared Memory Experience   Sophie Jackson’s research investigates ‘memory moments’ through the capture and creation of shared memory experience. It utilizes school reports as artefacts to trigger central memory, documented through a process of participant interviews forming the basis of a...
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