Curating Art and Environment in the Age of the Anthropocene
New Perceptions of the environment: themes of landscape, travel and tourism in contemporary art
Performing Landscapes: Biography, Affect, Presence and Absence
Writing Taking Place: Cultural Geographies of Dyslexic Creative Writers and Writing Practice
Curatorial Practice and the Archive
Skeuomorphism and design in understanding the digital future: the crafting of metaphor in modern material culture
The future shape of design – a toolkit for longer-lasting material experiences
Skin cancer prevention in young males through design and technology
What were the reasons some men elected to make art textiles during the 1980s in Britain?
And then there was art: art interventions in Public Spaces
Amateur Dramatics in Urban Utopias: Performing Place and the Materialities of Performance.
“The Doom of Clowns”: a novel and commentary
The photographic practices of young people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
The Social, Aesthetic and Environmental Affect of Arts Practices with People with Dementia Living in Care Settings
Theatre for Early Years Audiences and Pedagogy: An Ethnographic Case Study of Young Children’s Theatre Experiences
A Co-Production Approach Through the Medium of Photography Exploring Self-Identity and Independency of Saudi Women
Inclusive Arts and Meaningful Engagement for Adults with PMLD
Students, curators, artists, community groups, charities and scholars engaged in research.
Work on the hermeneutics of contemporary culture demands collaborative sensibilities and an awareness of the subtleties of co-production.
The process of making meaning from direct experience.