Forthcoming Events

25 Feb 2016, 12:30-1:30pm, Meeting Room 1, The Diamond, University of Sheffield
Melanie Levick-Parkin (Sheffield Hallam University)
The Art of Unknowing: The joy of amateur practice as a space for emancipation from the constraints of academic discipline
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19 April 2016, HRI, University of Sheffield
Professor David Jackson (History of Art, Leeds University) Nordic Art. The Modern Breakthrough
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Past Events 

5 November 2015, 10-4,30pm, ICOSS, University of Sheffield
Visual Research Methods: Comics
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8 June 2015, 12-4.30pm, ICOSS, University of Sheffield
Half-Day Workshop
"Visual Studies - Visual Methods"
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20-21 June, HRI, University of Sheffield
"The Values of Art"
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22-23 June 2015, University of Sheffield

"Data Power"
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25 June 2015, Blackwells, Mappin Street
Book Launch
Julia Banwell, Teresa Margolles and the Aesthetics of Death (2015, University of Wales Press)
All welcome.

16 April, 1pm-3pm, HRI seminar room
Dr Frederik Truyen: “Theorizing the photographic object in the Age of Big Data"

13 April, 5.15pm, HRI conference room, University of Sheffield
Seminar paper
Dr Frederik Truyen: "‘All Our Yesterdays’: Digitizing Early Photographic Heritage for Europeana”

16 March 2015, University of Sheffield
Richard Roberts B79
“Being Prey: Endless Runner” 
Tom Tyler, Philosophy & Cultural Studies, Oxford Brookes University

7 November, 9.30-5.30, ICOSS
"Picturing the social: transforming our understanding of images in social media and Big Data research"
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3 November, 11-15.00, Weston Park Museum (Activity Room 3)
Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth Visual Research Group
"Hospital Heights: designing videogames for hospitalised children"
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23rd October, 15-17:00, Regent Court 204, Information School
The Information School, in association with the Centre for Visual Studies
Dr. Jenna Hartel, “Arts-Informed Visual Methods for Information Research and Education”

21st October, 13:00 PM, ICOSS conference centre
Public Lecture/Colloquium
The Information School, in association with the Centre for Visual Studies
Dr. Jenna Hartel: “An Arts-Informed Study of Information Using the Draw-and-Write Technique”