Cultural and Media Policy Studies News and Events
Waterproofing Data Project: Shortlisted 2022 THE Awards
The Centre is delighted to see that the Waterproofing Data project involving Prof Joanne Garde-Hansen as a co-investigator on flood memories in Brazil has been shortlisted for the 2022 THE Awards 'Project of the Year' in the category of Research Project of the Year: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
'Reset' & 'Red Creative': Two presentations from Justin O'Connor
We're delighted to be joined this month by Justin O'Connor, Professor of Cultural Economy at the University of South Australia, for two in-person research events.
On Thursday February 22nd at 4pm in FAB 2.43, Professor O'Connor will present 'Reset: Art and Culture in the Interregum' based on work that has emerged from the Adelaide-based Reset Arts and Culture collaboration, reflecting on the cultural sector's post-pandemic life.
On Friday February 23rd at 3pm in FAB 5.01, Professor O'Connor will present 'Red Creative: China's Cultural Reforms'.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Amphibious Screens - Seminar Series 2022
The Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies has secured research development funding to create and host four interntional research seminars to build a transnational network of research seminars of collaboration between researchers from the UK, USA, Finland, Iceland and Italy. Researchers of film, television and screen cultures and environmental sciences will discuss with industry professionals and regional environmental sectors the subject of sustainable screen production in water-based locations.