This workshop is designed to support students who are interested in disseminating their doctoral work through public exhibition. Building on a morning of presentations from commissioning organisations and scholars who have exhibited their research, an interactive afternoon workshop will support you to consider:
What parts of your research are suitable for display?
How does academic research translate into public content?
How do you approach a gallery or other cultural organisation?
What makes an effective proposal?
The afternoon workshop will be led by Dr Nicola Ashmore, whose recent AHRC-funded exhibition, ‘Guernica Remakings’, was inaugurated at the University of Brighton Gallery in 2017 and has since toured to the Working Class Movement Library in Salford, the National Poetry Library at London’s Southbank Centre and the Plaza, Rose-Hill, in Mauritius.
Venue: University of Brighton, Grand Parade Main Building, 58–67 Grand Parade, BN2 0JY (Room M2)
Time: 10am – 3.30pm
Supported by the Centre for Design History and programmed under its ‘Museums, Archives, Exhibitions’ research strand.