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‘Practice as Research’ – Socially Engaged Photography Network, North West

WED 18 NOV, 1PM

REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE HERE

(Zoom link sent to registered guests)

 

SEPN is delighted to be hosting our next North West regional event, bringing together academics and practitioners from across the country to discuss notions of ‘practice as research’ in socially engaged photographic practice. The event is co-hosted by Open Eye Gallery and UCLAN (University of Central Lancashire).

Known by a variety of terms, practice-led research is formed by the idea that a researcher can incorporate their creative practice, methods and outputs into an overall research project itself. Essentially it suggests that the creative work in itself is a form of research and generates new ideas and knowledge to contribute to that field of practice. What, however, does this mean for those of us working with socially engaged approaches to photography? How does the research and theory really inform the practice, and how does the practice ultimately inform and contribute to the research?

We hope you can join us for a series of short presentations by current practitioners, Lisa Oldroyd and Kallina Brailsford, who will talk about their current PHD projects in this field. This will then be followed by an Q&A session, with guest speakers and facilitated by UCLAN’s (University of Central Lancashire)’s Gary Bratchford and Open Eye Gallery and University of Salford’s Liz Wewiora.

The Q&A will be opened up to the full room for discussion. Although exploring academia in practice, we hope to keep the discussion informal. This event is open to anyone but might be of particular interest for those currently studying in this field or anyone who might be interested in finding out more about research within socially engaged photographic practice.

As this is a day time event feel free to bring your biscuits, brews and lunches with you!

Full speaker list and bios to be released shortly.

Image: Lisa Oldroyd, Breaker Breaker, 2019.

WED 18 NOV, 1PM

REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE HERE

(Zoom link sent to registered guests)

 

SEPN is delighted to be hosting our next North West regional event, bringing together academics and practitioners from across the country to discuss notions of ‘practice as research’ in socially engaged photographic practice. The event is co-hosted by Open Eye Gallery and UCLAN (University of Central Lancashire).

Known by a variety of terms, practice-led research is formed by the idea that a researcher can incorporate their creative practice, methods and outputs into an overall research project itself. Essentially it suggests that the creative work in itself is a form of research and generates new ideas and knowledge to contribute to that field of practice. What, however, does this mean for those of us working with socially engaged approaches to photography? How does the research and theory really inform the practice, and how does the practice ultimately inform and contribute to the research?

We hope you can join us for a series of short presentations by current practitioners, Lisa Oldroyd and Kallina Brailsford, who will talk about their current PHD projects in this field. This will then be followed by an Q&A session, with guest speakers and facilitated by UCLAN’s (University of Central Lancashire)’s Gary Bratchford and Open Eye Gallery and University of Salford’s Liz Wewiora.

The Q&A will be opened up to the full room for discussion. Although exploring academia in practice, we hope to keep the discussion informal. This event is open to anyone but might be of particular interest for those currently studying in this field or anyone who might be interested in finding out more about research within socially engaged photographic practice.

As this is a day time event feel free to bring your biscuits, brews and lunches with you!

Full speaker list and bios to be released shortly.

Image: Lisa Oldroyd, Breaker Breaker, 2019.

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