Postgraduate Reading Groups
A growing number of cross-disciplinary postgraduate reading groups are active across the university and are open to all UAL postgraduate students to attend.
Click on the group titles below for more information about the individual groups.
Or visit the Postgraduate Community Blog to read reports from past meets!
Open Reading Groups
DRAW is a Postgraduate Reading Group focusing on interdisciplinary approaches to drawing and they host 2 events each term.
This series of Reading Groups offers insight by artists and curators whose work evolve around the themes of migration, social sustainability and the environment.
This Reading Group proposes a discussion on the interdisciplinary role of light in contemporary practices.
LCF Collections and Archives have put together an exciting Events Programme this academic year which is open to all postgraduate students to attend.
Led by UAL's Teaching and Learning Exchange, the Reading Group sessions for 2017/2018 are aimed at UAL staff and postgraduate students with an interest in Pedagogy.
This reading group provides an opportunity to read essays on modern and contemporary design and visual cultures in East Asia, discussing critical issues and methodologies specific to the region.
The initial sessions will explore two related collections, the African-Caribbean, Asian & African Art in Britain Archive and the Stuart Hall Library, at Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts).
Discussions at the Craft Readers Group aim to clarify aspects of craft theory, build up a thematic bibliography and provide precious opportunities for networking.