Interplay Under Construction

Exhibition opening:

London College of Communication

Interplay Under Construction 

May 1st  5pm

Atrium Gallery

Interplay Under Construction is an interactive exhibition where visitors are invited to explore and experience how the University of the future might collaborate, innovate, theorise and provide new learning and teaching spaces. Artworks and projects by alumni, staff and students are presented to show innovation in teaching and learning practices. The exhibits pose questions to visitors and playfully invite them to answer. By engaging in an interactive multi-sensory experience, we hope you construct and play with your own ideas of collaboration, teaching and learning.

Refreshments will be provided.

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Lingering Spaces: A Drifting Walking Tour of some of LCC’s Learning Landscapes | UAL

Lingering Spaces: A Drifting Walking Tour of some of LCC’s Learning Landscapes

Event date
14 March 2019 (4pm to 5pm)
Location
London College of Communication
Status
Open
Contact
events@lcc.arts.ac.uk

Thursday 14 March 2019
4 – 6pm
Lower Gallery
London College of Communication
Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB.
Free and open to all UAL Staff/Students
Book your place here.

Mark Ingham, Reader in Critical and Nomadic Pedagogies and Paul Myers, LCC’s Director of Change Management will take you on a walking tour of some of the new and innovative learning spaces that have been created at LCC over the last couple of years.

Paul, from his research into learning spaces, will discuss what the characteristics of the pedagogical spaces needed by the college are, as well as the use of neighbourhoods to help support teaching and learning.

Mark will introduce his research into liminal learning spaces, such as the corners, edges, and informal spaces of and between neighbourhoods.  Mark will ask the question: ‘how can we prevent ‘learning-loss’ when we design a space ‘pedagogically’, as much as we do when designing spaces for minimum ‘heat loss’?’ 

Research Fortnight is our annual celebration of research across UAL. This year’s programme at LCC dives deep into the creative work of staff and students. It features events and exhibitions exploring themes of conflict, reconciliation, displacement, refugee experience, and social justice. 

Central to research in our schools of Screen, Design, and Media is a commitment to socially-engaged practice, visible in our teaching and accessible to our students.

Join us as we examine contemporary cultural politics through creative practice.

4 – 15 March 2019.

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The Creative Critic

As practitioner-researchers, how do we discuss and analyse our work without losing the creative drive that inspired us in the first place?

 

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Built around a diverse selection of writings from leading researcher-practitioners and emerging artists in a range of fields, The Creative Critic: Writing as/about Practice celebrates the extraordinary range of possibilities available when writing about one’s own work and the work one is inspired by. It re-thinks the conventions of the scholarly output to propose that critical writing be understood as an integral part of the artistic process, and even as artwork in its own right.

Finding ways to make the intangible nature of much of our work ‘count’ under assessment has become increasingly important in the Academy and beyond. The Creative Critic offers an inspiring and useful sourcebook for students and practitioner-researchers navigating this area.

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