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Speaking Matters 2009-2010

This is a programme of research events, seminars and conferences, co-organised by the Graduate School network of collaborators and informed by the different research strengths and concerns of the collaborators. The programme seeks to create a cross-fertilisation of research themes and projects through regular structured public dialogues and discursive exchanges. Doctoral researchers and doctoral supervisors across the creative arts, both locally- and internationally-based, will be facilitated to develop critical dialogues with each other and with colleagues from other disciplines both inside and outside the academy through these various initiatives. The programme seeks to be both flexible and dynamic in facilitating researchers to share their established inquiries and project outcomes as well as enabling emergent research practices to find a first public voice.

See last year’s programme here.

The School is keen to work with colleagues from across all creative research domains to initiate, develop and realise new research conversations and projects. We welcome ideas for developing and actualising this outline framework of events as well as proposals for possible future events and thematics. Topics will be posted shortly.

next ‘speaking matters’ event

  • 9/11/09 monday 11:00-17:00cultural work: a day of research reports
    twenty months into their research projects, researchers from the graduate school present a public report on progress to date

    gradcam, johns street, off thomas street, dublin 8

    link to more info posted here shortly… booking a place email aidan.mcelwaine(at)gradcam.ie with ‘research reports booking’ in the message header

  • 12/11/09 thursday 15:00-17:00the shanghai biennale
    keynote address: prof. Henk Slager, makhu, utrecht, chair of the european art research network
    [see also http://en.shanghaibiennale.org/index.php and http://www.apexart.org/exhibitions/slager.htm]

    booking a place email mick.wilson(at)gradcam.ie with ‘shanghai talk booking’ in the message header

future ‘speaking matters’ events

  • 7/12/09 monday 14:00-17:00after the economy #2: a new speaking matters strand
    organised labour and the precariat
    this is the second seminar in this series.

    Faced with a political imaginary committed to a discourse of economic realism and with the limited expectations concerning cultural research and policy that follow from this discourse, the graduate school of creative arts & media invites you to join a series of seminars that seek to challenge current orthodoxies concerning culture and economy and to re-imagine correlations between cultural production, the creation of wealth, and the value of labour.

    gradcam, johns street, off thomas street, dublin 8

    the seminar will consist of an introductory presentation on organised and precarious labour, and related concepts, followed by responses and short presentations.

    link to more info posted here shortly… booking a place email straylight2006@gmail.com

  • 10/12/09 Thursday 15:00-17:00′issues in academic publishing
    workshop with researchers from ucd and gradcam
    what are the changes taking place in the landscape of academic publishing?
    how will research communication and research culture change in a new publishing regime? link to more info posted here shortly…
  • 15-19/2/10 Monday to Friday 09:30-17:00′ creative arts research: of purposes and publics
    major five day international conference with researchers from around the world presenting work from across the creative arts and media
    co-organised with the european art research network and part-funded through the EU cultural networking and mobility project: “Artist As Citizen: European Publics and the European City”.
    link to more info and call for papers and particpation posted here shortly…

previous ‘speaking matters’ events

  • see last year’s programme here.
  • 22/10/09 thursday 14:00-17:00archaeology / memory / site
    keynote address: John Schofield
    this is the first seminar in a new series examining key concepts in cultural criticism and debate

    gradcam, johns street, off thomas street, dublin 8

    link to more info posted here shortly… booking a place email elaine.sisson(at)iadt.ie

  • 19/10/09 monday 14:00-17:00after the economy #1: a new speaking matters strand
    immaterial labour and creative economy
    this is the first seminar in a new series.

    Faced with a political imaginary committed to a discourse of economic realism and with the limited expectations concerning cultural research and policy that follow from this discourse, the Graduate School of Creative Arts & Media invites you to join a series of seminars that seek to challenge current orthodoxies concerning culture and economy and to re-imagine correlations between cultural production, the creation of wealth, and the value of labour.

    gradcam, johns street, off thomas street, dublin 8

    the seminar will consist of an introductory presentation on the genealogy of immaterial labour and related concepts, followed by responses and short presentations from speakers representing a broad range of interests in the current debate.

    link to more information posted here … booking a place email timothystott(at)hotmail.com

  • 16/10/09 Friday 14:00-16:00workshop on intangible cultural heritages and ireland’s smart economy
    keynote speaker: Kristin Kuutma, professor of cultural research
    institute of cultural research and fine arts, university of tartu, estonia
    respondents: Lisa Godson (gradcam), Ríonach Uí Ógáin (ucd), Pat Cooke (ucd), Dermot McLaughlin (temple bar properties)

    physics theatre, ucd newman house, st stephen’s green, dublin 2
    jointly organised by ucd humanities institute of ireland (hii) and gradcam

    this workshop will focus on the unesco convention for the safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage and its role in developing a holistic and sustainable smart economy in Ireland. Organised by Dr. Marc Caball (UCD) and Dr. Mick Wilson (Gradcam)

  • 2.10.09 Friday 14:00-17:00roundtable event: culture and conflict
  • 1/10/09 Thursday 15:00-17:00″roundtable event: the university and the crisis
    roundtable discussion with researchers from ucd and gradcam
    what is the role of the university in the current crisis?
    link to more info posted here shortly…
  • 21-25/9/09 Monday to Friday 10:00-17:00′the question of culture
    summer school in cultural practice and research
    special guest include: Simon Sheikh, Barbara Holub, Brian Hand, Sarah Tuck, and more…
    a collaboration between imma, ucd, and gradcam.
    more info here.
  • 19/9/2009 Friday 17:00prof. Declan Kiberd
    keynote address comenius education network project ncad
    for more info contact granvilleg(at)ncad.ie

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