Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon research events focus on the subject areas of design, fine art and performance. Explore our past events and if you are interested in finding out more about future events sign up to our mailing list.
A theatre design symposium focusing on the ever-evolving field of mixed reality performance and new digital possibilities on stage.
Event at Camberwell that looked at how speculative design might be used to explore museum spaces.
Chelsea’s Subjectivity and Feminisms research group event discussing revolt and revolution in art.
Theatre design symposium that considered how realisms and variations of the real have been shaped and staged.
Event that looked at Yve-Alain Bois seminal book Painting as Model and painting as being both conceptual and material enquiry. Convened by Daniel Sturgis.
Presentation of research in performance, scores, film and happenings emerging from female artists’ conceptual art practices. Convened by Dr Jo Melvin.
Symposium that looked at work that engages with themes of Afrofuturism and Indigenous Futures. Convened by Dr Dan Byrne-Smith, Fine Art Theory Lecturer.
Event looking at creative interventions in contemporary performance with a workshop by ZU-UK.
Symposium picturing difference in contemporary lens-based practices. Convened by Dr Ope Lori.
Symposium that drew together performance artists, psychoanalysis academics and novelists to discuss shame, sexuality and identity.
Conference that considered the role of the archive in the creation, interpretation and preservation of culture.
Symposium and exhibition looking at moving image installation and sound works.
Conference that explored how ideas of cultural democracy are realised through design, architecture, art, material culture and popular culture.
Symposium provided a space to explore and debate the role and purpose of artwork.
Taste After Bourdieu conference asks what is the relationship between aesthetic judgement and social distinction? Speakers, information and recordings.