Browser does not support script.
The third annual Practice-based Research Conference organised by Royal Holloway postgraduate students, this day-long, interdisciplinary event provides a space for creative dialogue between practitioners and academic researchers by foregrounding practice as a means of creative exploration and academic enquiry.
MOTIF 2014 aims to provide a space for a creative dialogue between practitioners and academic researchers, and to disseminate outcomes across interdisciplinary practice-based research academics and the arts.
Generative Constraints was the theme for the Practice-based Annual Conference 2013. The conference invited contributions from postgraduate students, early-career researchers, and individuals and organisations undertaking innovative creative and cultural work.
A Festival of Talks, Film Workshops and Movie Memorabalia from the National Film Archive of India at Asia House, London 27-29 April.
New Audiences explores some of the most exciting established and emerging contemporary voices from London's literary Bloomsbury.
Following their appearance at the RGAP Small Publishers' Fair in London, students from the MA in Poetic Practice were invited to send work for the first Limerick International Publishers' Salon in 2013.
A multi-disciplinary, one day micro-festival of the performing arts, lectures and film, developed in partnership between The Firestation Centre for Arts and Culture, in Windsor and Royal Holloway, University of London.
The final event in the Centre for Victorian Studies 2012 series, Victorian Communication was held at the Institute of English Studies.
What Signifies a Theatre 3 continued the exploration of teh practice, significance and potential of non-professional theatrical performance in the long nineteenth-century.
Conference organised by The Browning Society, in collaboration with Royal Holloway, University of Westminster and University of the West of England.
The Runnymede International Literary Festival aims to encourage a love of literature within the community. Organised by Royal Holloway in association with Runnymede Literary Association and Runnymede Borough Council.
Did you find the information you were looking for? Is there a broken link or content that needs updating? Let us know so we can improve the page.
Note: If you need further information or have a question that cannot be satisfied by this page, please call our switchboard on +44 (0)1784 434455.
This window will close when you submit your comment.