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Indicative collaborations, conferences and activities

Name Date Information
Dance and Contemporary Circus – Crossing Over Friday 13 May at Déda A creative centre for the development of Dance, Contemporary Circus and Outdoor Work is bringing together a wide range of arts professionals for a symposium in Derby, the East Midlands.
A Cage for the Muse

June 2016

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Royal Photographic Society Exhibition 30 June - 19 august 2016  also see the RPS website for more information.
Sounds in Space Symposium Annually Runs in collaboration with colleagues in Engineering at the University of Derby.
Ceramics Conference February 2014 Alongside the ‘Emmanuel Cooper Retrospective’.
Arts & Health Symposium with Derby Hospitals Autumn 2016  -
Nature Connections Festivals 9th - 10th September 2016 at University of Derby  
FORMAT Film & Photography Festival and Conference March - April bi-annually -
International Textiles & Costume Conference (2016/17)  - Ars Textrina
DerwentWISE -The £2.4 million Lottery Heritage Funded project ‘DerwentWISE’, (awarded 2013) focuses on the landscape around the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the factory system began at the start of the Industrial Revolution. One of our structured working teams is developing the connections and research impact, engaging and inspiring people to broaden the knowledge and use of the Derbyshire landscape. We are researching the visual representations of the heritage, lost stories and community activities of the Lower Derwent Valley. The interdisciplinary research of photography, graphics, film and ceramics has so far resulted in an interrogation of landscape such as the subsequent clay formations for ceramics, a Light Radar project (LIDAR) and exploration of epic landscape film. This research project has encouraged long term partnerships and innovative ways of working. The result has been a greater understanding, access and appreciation of our natural environment for the people living and working in and visiting these areas.

 

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