New Training Events
A new postgraduate conference exploring complex and provocative research across a number of inter-related questions pertaining to representations of empire in museums and art galleries.
This excursion, led by the Space, Place and Time research collective will invite the participants to experience the changing landscape of the city, from the financial centre of Canary Wharf through to the decaying post-industrial sites of the Thames estuary aboard a working Thames Sailing barge; A vessel synonymous with trade in the region from the late Victorian era until the 1970s.
Are you a PhD supervisor or about to become one? If so, this half-day interactive workshop provides you with practical tips, resources, and ideas for improving the supervisory relationship.
How can illness narratives reflect a more authentic experience of chronic illness that disrupts the linearity of storytelling?
How should we interpret the narratives portrayed in paintings produced by people inside psychiatric institutions?
How do medical dialogues compare to a patient’s lived-experiences?
For the two days of the Black Pig Printmaking workshop, we will be making a black and white linocut. The principle of all relief printing is the same: the removal of material from the matrix produces the white tones of the image. It's one thing to study a print for its meaning and context but something else altogether to actually make a print. Some sort of magical intervention seems to happen between the carving of the block and the end result. The wonder of this process, the mediated image, never leaves those who have been making relief prints for most of their lives: it's exhilarating and can be highly addictive.
Flexibility is crucial in the current job market. Identifying your marketable skills gives you increased options around when and where you work, and can also provide greater satisfaction. You can even build a small business to supplement your income from part-time employment. This interactive workshop guides you through the process of thinking more creatively about your career options.
Writing for Practice Forum # 9- Artist, writer and PhD researcher (Goldsmiths) Erica Scourti will present an excerpt of a recent performance which draws on transcripts of video diaries, a text based on the same material, alongside an excerpt from a selected author
This one day workshop will help you to pitch your podcast correctly to the target audience, to organise your thoughts and consider the best ways to present them. We will give you the skills to present the podcast in a talk format, and the interviewing skills to make an interview/conversation style podcast.
Have you submitted your thesis, or are you close to completion? This one-day workshop is designed to guide you through the process of preparing for your viva and giving your best possible performance on the day.