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Applications are encouraged from staff or PGRs in the faculty of AHC who are seeking to engage an external artist / practitioner to facilitate or participate in an online workshop, presentation, keynote, network event, or collaboration. The funding will cover an artist / visiting-speaker flat fee as a one-off payment....

These Events, Events Make, Ruptures: A Performative Lecture and Q&A with Nathan Walker, poet and performance artist. A forty-minute performative lecture followed by Q&A. April 22nd 6–7pm, online via. Zoom (link will be sent out to Eventbrite-registered attendees) You are warmly invited to a specially commissioned performative lecture by Nathan...

Internationally renowned composer, performer, and media artist Pamela Z discusses her recent work and process. About this Event Through video and audio examples, composer/performer and media artist Pamela Z will share her work and her process, focussing on the increasingly blurred lines between disciplines in her practice. Highlighting her use...

Developing Research Ethics for Autoethnographic Research – Workshop (2x Dates) Monday 8 March 2021, 14:00 – 15:30 or, Thursday 11 March 2021, 11:00-12:30   The AHC Faculty Ethics Committee are currently exploring research ethics for autoethnographic research with the view of devising appropriate guidelines and support. We are interested in...

THIS SCHEME IS NOW CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS Description of funding purpose: Applications are encouraged from staff or PGRs in the faculty of AHC who are seeking to engage an external artist / practitioner to facilitate or participate in an online workshop, presentation, keynote, network event, or online collaboration. The funding...

REF have released some new FAQs on submitting practice research especially in light of COVID-related issues with outputs, well-worth a read. https://prag-uk.org/2020/11/24/faqs-ref-2021/

Applications are encouraged from staff or PGRs in the faculty of AHC who are seeking to engage an external artist / practitioner to facilitate or participate in an online workshop, presentation, keynote, network event, or online collaboration. The funding will normally cover a flat ‘artist fee’ or a similar one-off...

Are you a practice-based, or practice-led researcher (staff or PGR) working the faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures in the University of Leeds? What are your experiences of undertaking your research during the current lock-down of campus, social distancing, and potential self-isolation? What difficulties have you faced, and what could...

CePRA encourage applications to support the following types of project or event: – the development of online events that relate clearly and directly to practice research in the Arts, and that may be of interest to multiple disciplines – online projects which investigate the nature of research practice in the...

CePRA-Funding-201920 How to Apply: Please return the application form (link above) by email before 5pm (GMT) on Monday 16th December 2019 Applications will be discussed and ranked against the criteria as set below Send proposals by email (with SUBJECT CePRA Funding Application) to Ewan Stefani: e.j.stefani@leeds.ac.uk   Funding Limits and...