Research Seminar on Creative Media Practice
Friday 11th March 2011
CCA, UWS Space, Sauchiehall Street Glasgow
14:30 – 16:00.
SCIS doctoral research student Rachael Flynn will present her paper “Using the written letter as a fine-art source to inform and stimulate a creative practice-led enquiry.”
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With a background in social anthropology, sociology and cultural studies, Kathryn’s research interests include the mediatization and representation of remote and island spaces; identity, ecologies and place narratives of Scotland’s rural communities, coasts and islands; cultural work, precarity and creative enterprise; Scottish cultural heritage and arts contexts including Gaelic and Scots for applied creative practice; sustainable communities, resilience, development, entrepreneurship, cultural policy and the commons in small island, remote, peripheral and rural contexts. Current external activity includes UWS representative on the Arctic Sustainable Arts and Design Network (ASAD); and Kathryn is an organising group member for UK wide MSIG in Participatory and Collaborative Methods. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rachael presented her paper to an audience that included a number of CCI postgraduate taught research students from the MA Creative Media Practice degree. Students attending included Lynne Stewart, Anne McVitie, Steven Sherlock, Robyn Davis, Stefan Myktan, Marta Adamocwicz and David Hoffman. Alison Bell, PhD research practice student with a keen interest in island related arts practice attended as did SCIS researchers Professor Mike Danson, Mr Tony Grace and Dr Kathryn A Burnett.
There were many interesting questions and comments from the floor relating to creative practice, island and peripheral history and archives, as well specific letters as text and method questions and observations.