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Research in Practice 2: creative engagement with the material of others

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Film City Glasgow

401 Govan Road

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G51 2QJ

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Please note change of date to Friday 18th May

Contributions to knowledge in the various fields of creative research practice often emerge from the artful translation, representation and/ or relaying of existing cultural, social and aesthetic material. This forthcoming, free one-day event will create space for participants to explore the implications, pragmatics, constraints and potentialities of creative practice research that seeks to make meaning from the voices, actions, works and legacies of others.


Our event will be bookended by two keynote contributions, in between which we will convene three panel sessions featuring shorter presentations or creative showcases.


Potential thematic areas of focus for the panels may include:

  • Issues of translation, adaptation and / or transfiguration;

  • Implications of collaboration, audience and/ or intertextuality;

  • Potentialities of identity, community, and/ or inheritance;

  • Questions of authorship, appropriation and/ or entitlement;

  • Theoretical treatments, methodological discussions and/ or showcasing of outputs.


The deadline for proposals has been extended. If you would like to participate as a presenter, we are now accepting proposals via this link until 9th April


Please contact us at researchinpracticedialogue@gmail.com if you have any questions or require further details.


For those traveling to Glasgow for the event, there are a range of other events happening at the same time. Significantly, the city is hosting Glasgow International, Scotland’s largest festival for contemporary art, which takes place over three weeks every two years. A highlight in the calendar for those involved or with an interest in contemporary art, the festival draws on the city’s diverse and cultural breadth. As noted on their website, this unique event combines "the characteristics of a visual arts biennial with an open submission model for artists and curators based in the city, GI is a truly unique event in the European cultural calendar". Whilst our research seminar is not connected under the umbrella of Glasgow International, we highly recommend visiting this event whilst in the city!


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