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Birmingham City University students are invited to join artist and researcher Heather Connelly, composer Soul Zisso and conductor Daniel Galbreath to explore and experiment with the sounds of your language (including English) and create a polyvocal soundwork.
Don’t miss this opportunity find out more about each others cultural backgrounds, to make friends and to participate in an innovative arts-research project.
For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is part of an ongoing body of research and performances by Heather Connelly :http://www.heatherconnelly.co.uk/translationzones/
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The event is primarily aimed at BCU students, staff and alumni are welcome to attend, ithers should contact me directly.
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Dr Heather Connelly
Heather Connelly is an artist and researcher, currently Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Cultural Engagement Fellow at Birmingham City University (BCU) and the Library of Birmingham. Her research concerns art-and-translation as a conflated, transdisciplinary practice.
I am particularly interested in practice-based research, specifically how art practice can create new ways of thinking about and engaging with linguistic translation and encourages a critical approach to intercultural communication.
Further information Heather's current research can be found at: http://www.heatherconnelly.co.uk/translationzones
Heather is also co- founder and co-curator of InDialogue a biannual international symposia, which examines alternative ways that artists utilise dialogue within their work. InDialogue 2016 be hosted by Nottingham Contemporary and New Art Exchange in Nottingham from 1st - 3rd December, our partners include Dance 4 and Nottingham City Council futher information can be found at: www.indialogue.uk.com.