News and Events

CePRA welcome suggestions for new workshops and events relating to practice-led research in the Arts from staff and PGRs from within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures. Send suggestions by email to Ewan Stefani: e.j.stefani@leeds.ac.uk

CePRA are hosting a day of discussing the requirements and best practice of documenting practice-based (or practice-led) research in the Arts on 18th September 2018. Invited speakers will be Paul Allain, Vida Midgelow, and Lauren Redhead. These guest speakers will be augmented by discussion of examples of good practice from...

Today the Centre for Practice-led Research in the Arts are hosting an open, informal meeting event. There should be plenty of free food and drinks available to sustain the debate about how we can shape the next generation of artistic research that is driven by or informed by practice. We also...

This is a retrospective post to upload the audio from Professor Tim Ingold‘s lecture back in March 5th 2015. Audio 75mins – here (Dropbox) Tim spent the morning working with practice-based PhD researchers. We had a lively and open session discussing their work, with Tim offering many useful insights and making connections across disciplines...

30th May 2015 Sound; Space; Play is a day-long symposium and public-concert at the School of Music (University of Leeds) on 30 May 2015 that explores the interdisciplinary research area of sound, space and play in a human context.

11th March 2015, 10.30 – 17.00 seminar room 1 G32 Clothworkers link building, School of Design Between 10.30 and 3.30 there will be presentations from: Sarah Kate Wilson John Rooney John McDowall Adam Stone Jo McGonigal Louise Atkinson Tom Beesley Filippa Dobson There will be an opportunity to network over a...

26th February 2015 Stage One, Stage@Leeds With support from CePRA, this interactive performance installation by Xristina Penna asks for the audience’s participation in constructing a collective consciousness. Free Entry. More information here: https://sites.google.com/site/aswespeakproject