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This is a page to capture events the project team are participating in that relate to the project. Please add links to events, conferences, workshops etc here, also outlining what you're doing there (e.g. attending, facilitating, managing, presenting etc)...

 

 

Enabling a More Complete Education: Encouraging, Recognising and Valuing Life-wide Learning in Higher Education, SCEPTrE Conference

SCEPTrE, University of Surrey, Guildford, Tuesday 13 - Wednesday 14 April 2010

Catherine presented a cross-case analysis of the project findings at SCEPTrE's exciting life-wide learning conference.

 

Challenging the curriculum: exploring discipline boundaries in art, design and media, CLTAD Conference

Berlin, Monday 12 - Tuesday 13 April 2010

Angeliki presented a cross-case study analysis, drawing together themes and findings from our major case studies.

 

Celebrating Creative Learning in Practice, UAL Annual Learning and Teaching Day 2010

London College of Fashion, Wednesday 20 January 2010

Catherine facilitated a staff development workshop, entitled: 'Creative Interventions: Being the change they wish to see'. The workshop will explore student’s not-for-profit work-related activities, asking participants to consider issues of value, profile and implications for curriculum design.

 

UAL Pedagogic Research Network Event

University of the Arts London, Thursday 26 November 2009

Margo and Catherine co-presented another paper on the use of the wiki - leading to an interesting discussion about use of technology in pedagogic research projects.

 

International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Annual Conference 2009

Bloomingdon, Indiana, Thursday 22 - Sunday 25 October 2009

Margo & Catherine co-presented a paper on the use of this very wiki: 'Conducting cross-institutional collaboration: evaluating the use of a wiki as a boundary object'. 

 

Experiential Academy

SCEPTrE, University of Surrey, Guildford, Wednesday 22 - Thursday 23 July, 2009

Norman's department hosted this immersive experience to 'develop new ways of thinking about education and new practices informed by new ways of thinking' about experience-based learning. Catherine and Norman attended.

 

Art, Design and Media Learning & Teaching Creative Practice

Southampton Solent University, Thursday 9 July, 2009

Margo ran a workshop on 'Visual Plagiarism' and Kirsten co-ordinated students and alumni from AUCB to facilitate a workshop, putting the value of a creative arts education 'On Trial'.

 

The Future of the Student Learning Experience

Manchester University, Tuesday 30 June - Thursday 2 July, 2009

Angeliki presented a paper entitled 'Real experience, real value: public and third sector work-related learning', at the annual HE Academy conference.

 

Learning and the London Workplace

South Kensington, London, Friday 3 April, 2009

A conference focused on formal and informal learning in the workplace. This conference endeavours to provide a 360° view of individuals as learners in the workplace, through the lenses of interning, volunteerism, mentoring and other forms of workplace learning and development. While the intern or volunteer is often placed in the centre of this discussion, the perceptions and learning experience of everyone involved in the process is of interest. Catherine attended.

 

Learning for a Complex World: Learning to be Professional through a Life-wide Curriculum

SCEPTrE, University of Surrey, Guildford, Tuesday 31 March - Wednesday 1 April, 2009

Norman's department hosted this conference to 'encourage exploration of the concept [of a life-wide curriculum] in the context of enabling learners to develop the agency and capability necessary to become an effective and successful professional.' Angeliki presented a paper to share findings from the pilot case study about the Sorrell Foundation Young Design Programme.

Much more info on this flyer: Learning to be Professional Conference April 09.pdf

 

National Student Volunteering Conference

Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre, Staffordshire, Friday 6 March - Sunday 8 March, 2009

Catherine and Angeliki both attended - lots of inspirational people and projects, great workshops and talks. 

 

The Reflective Conservatoire

Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the Barbican Conference Centre, 28 February - 3 March, 2009

Angeliki gave a paper on 'Teacher Identity and Professional Development'.

 

Zooangzi: Applied Creativity and Creative Leadership Institute

SCEPTrE, University of Surrey, Guildford, Tuesday 6 - Thursday 8 January, 2009

Norman's department hosted this event in January. See the flyer for more info: ZOOANGZI FLYER JAN 2009.pdf

 

School music education: design, methodology, applications

Greek Society for Music EducationIonian University, Greece, 22-23 November 2008

Angeliki facilitated a workshop at this event, exploring the attributes of creative learners and developing activities that facilitate creativity within the music lesson. View results here.

 

Out of the Studio: celebrating art, design and media learning and teaching

Arts Insitute at Bournemouth, Monday 15 December, 2008

Angeliki & Catherine facilitated a short workshop at this forum with ADM-HEA colleagues (co-organised by Kirsten and Carolyn Bew), exploring how we teach generic creative agencies to enable learners to tackle challenging situations and problems. Findings will feed into the first qualitative phase of the project.

 

Comments (6)

Catherine Smith said

at 5:30 pm on Nov 21, 2008

Norman - do you want to add details of your Creativity workshop at SCEPTrE in January? Angeliki - do you want to add details of your Greece/Guildhall conferences?

Kirsten Hardie said

at 7:27 pm on Nov 25, 2008

Further details about the Out of the Studio event can be found at:

http://www.adm.heacademy.ac.uk/events/eventpage.2008-10-07.2976470781

Kirsten Hardie said

at 7:31 pm on Nov 25, 2008

Cultural & Creative Industries event will be held on 21 January 2009 at the Conference Centre at The Arts Institute at Bournemouth. The event will be opened by Prof Stuart Bartholomew Principal of The Arts Institute at Bournemouth, with speakers including Malcolm Buckler, CEO UK Business Incubation, Ian Robertson CEO of the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship, Liz O'Neill, Director of the Performing Arts Network and Development Agency and Matt Desmier, Manager of The Enterprise Pavilion.



Incubation for the Cultural and Creative Industries needs a different approach to other sectors and we hope that everyone with a responsibility for enterprise development and incubation in the Cultural & Creative Industries will join us for this interactive workshop which aims to

explore the different models in place around the country
gather information on what works, what to avoid, costs and collaborations
prepare the groundwork for a "Warts and All" guidance booklet
Further information including the provisional programme and booking form are available here. If you are interested in attending please complete the booking form and return to Katie Fleming (k.fleming@qub.ac.uk) as a matter of urgency as places are restricted.

Anne Craig
AURIL CCI Convenor

Katie Fleming
AURIL Events Manager
c/o Queen's University Belfast
Lanyon North
University Road
BELFAST BT7 1NN
t: 028 9097 2589
e: k.fleming@qub.ac.uk
w: www.auril.org.uk

Kirsten Hardie said

at 6:42 pm on Jan 9, 2009

2009 European year for Creativity and Innovation

Kirsten Hardie said

at 10:49 am on Jan 13, 2009

One-day public symposium 'Completing the Circle'
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Evaluative and creative approaches to art, design and media are often seen
as belonging to different traditions. This event is intended to promote
dialogue between them, centred on the changes made possible by interactive
digital technologies. A set of internationally peer-reviewed papers will be
followed by an opportunity for discussion.

This is a one-day symposium endorsed by the BCS Computer Arts Society and
the Design Research Society, to be held in central London on Monday 19th
January 2009.

Attendance for the day costs less than £50, reduced to below £25 for
full-time students, members of the British Computer Society (BCS), Computer
Arts Society (CAS) and Design Research Society (DRS).

The fee includes refreshments and a copy of the proceedings on CD

Catherine Smith said

at 12:17 pm on Jan 22, 2009

I went to the Science Museum with some students on Monday afternoon and found that the Dana Centre are hosting 3 free evening events about Creativity in March. Should be fun...

Sleep Creative, 4 March 2009, 19:00 - 21:00
Do sleeping and dreaming stimulate creativity? Sleep scientists have shown that these processes use the same brain circuitry, while artists have used hypnogogia to induce creative states for centuries. Experiment in our bed installation as musicians perform live and inspire your imagination.

Creative Brains, 12 March 2009, 19:00 - 21:00
What does creativity look like? Neuroscientists, improvisational musicians and visual artists discuss this elusive process using imaging techniques to help visualise the creative brain. Demonstrations from artists and musicians provide an insight into the creative process in action.

Creative Community, 26 March 2009, 19:00 - 21:00
How does the brain interpret art? An assortment of artists and scientists are on hand to explore how the brain understands music, language, touch and the visual to help you enhance your own creativity. Prepare for greatness in our participatory workshops.

More info here: http://www.danacentre.org.uk/events/2009/03

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