University of East Anglia, Senior Research Associate. Participatory Arts and DIY Culture Project £32,004 to £38,183 per annum Participatory Arts and DIY Culture is a 12-month project funded under the AHRC’s Connected Communities Programme. The Principal Investigator is Professor George McKay, AHRC Leadership Fellow for the Connected Communities Programme, and Professor of Media Studies at the UEA. Read more.
The first Reggae Research Network symposium, entitled ‘Scoping the Field’, took place in Norwich on 24-25 January 2017. The network is being co-organised by the Connected Communities programme and the Translating Cultures theme. This report by George McKay was originally posted on the Reggae Research Network website. You can follow the network on Twitter @reggae_network. Read more.
Reggae Research Network: Reggae as/and Transatlantic Musical Culture AHRC network 2016-17, Call for Contributions ‘One good thing about music is when it hits you, you feel no pain.’ Bob Marley, ‘Trenchtown rock’ (1973) DEADLINE 8 DECEMBER 2016 This Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded network is a joint initiative between the Translating Cultures theme and the Connected Communities Read more.
The Fabric of Faith project is an AHRC funded collaborative arts project undertaken by the ‘Making Suburban Faith: Design, material culture and popular creativity’ team with artist Katy Beinart. The project emerges from their research on creativity within faith communities in Ealing and Hanwell and particularly the significance of textiles for different faith groups. Read more.
Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court, Somerset House 24 – 26 June 2016 Friday: 5pm – 10pm; Saturday: 10am – 6pm; Sunday: 10am – 5pm Free entry Join us this evening and over the weekend for the Utopia Fair, where representatives from contemporary utopian movements from all over the UK will fill the Edmond J. Read more.