CQR’s ‘Go Create!” February Seminar presents an intriguing topic presented by Curie Scott from CEL. Curie has played an instrumental role in establishing the connection between CQR and CEL around creativity.
Curie will discuss with participants
“Exploring self-ageing through participatory drawing”
Wed, 6 February 1 pm in RLH 201
Curie Scott’s efforts contribute new knowledge in three areas:
Using drawing as a shift from research method to methodology
Accounts of non-artists’ experience of drawing
Contributions to perceptions of ageing
More info: https://bit.ly/2HLmO5P
Pleased to let you know that the year is kicking off for CQR with an intriguing seminar led by
“Expressing research findings with an artist”
RLH 409 Wed 9 Jan at 1pm.
All are welcome!
Kathleen’s work involves:
the experience of expressing research findings with an artist who is not a co-researcher
the experience of aiming for an expressing of research findings while holding the view that understanding is relational and positioned and consequently not static
exploration whether the artistic input generates new understandings of the research findings
We are sure that her work will inspire an interesting discussion on Wednesday.
Come along, bring you lunch in you’d like …
even better, bring a friend!
The first CQR Seminar of the academic year will be a CQR members, assocs, and doc students Round-up!
Wednesday, 12 Sept at 1 pm in RLH 409.
Nonetheless, those curious about CQR and how they might get involved are welcome to attend!
Brain-storming future Go Create! seminar ideas (We have the first half of the year covered, but need ideas and people for the second half.
CQR and CEL are beginning a joint adventure! We are developing an association with the Centre for Excellence in Learning, particularly around creativity.Come along and share your thoughts.
Research Collaborations! Many of you have ideas for projects, big and small, and just need that extra pair of hands (and creative input!) to make it happen. A chance to put your ideas forward, and see who might help make them happen!
Any other business
Start the new academic year with camaraderie and conviviality.
We look forward to seeing lots of you at the Round-up 12 Sept.!