From the material to the virtual and back again: laser-scanning and 3D printing.
museums of the future * authenticity, agency* authority * sensory impact
Confirmed contributors: Sally Crawford HEIR, Oxford; Sonja Nevin, Roehampton; Leen van Broek, Royal Holloway; John Plunkett, Exeter; Dan Simpson, Canterbury Museum.
Day 2 will take place in Spring 2016and include panels on caricature and illustrations and the book as visual object.
This is day one of 2 days of seminars and presentations bringing together scholars across the arts and humanities to reflect on research using visual material on behalf of the TECHNE AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership. Each event will include workshops on interdisciplinarity and career development.
20 places will be allocated for each event for TECHNE students on a first come, first served basis. We will use social media to enhance a research community between the days and encourage attendance at both events. Please register your interest with Lisa Dacunha, Department of English, Royal Holloway: firstname.lastname@example.org