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CONFERENCE FEES // Full Conference fee inclusive of LCA Symposium £125

LEEDS COLLEGE OF ART SYMPOSIUM

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ACCOMMODATION IN LEEDS //

17.11.11 1PM-5PM

The College is located close to the City centre where there is a wide range of accommodation available- details of hotels can be found at http://www.visitleeds.co.uk/where-to-stay

The symposium precedes the Conference International Perspectives and will showcase members of staff working on a diverse range of practice-based and theoretical projects. The symposium offers staff, delegates, students and colleagues the opportunity

A map showing the location of the College can be found at: http://www.leeds- art.ac.uk/home/about/mapdirections/

to present, discuss, exchange and explore ideas and outcomes. It juxtaposes the local with the international which, it is anticipated, will give rise to new

SIMULTANEOUS EVENTS //

perspectives engaging delegates in debate about contemporary practice. Speakers will include: Frances Norton What’s in a name? Andy Broadey RE-Model Sam Broadhead Mature adults and learning careers

Leeds international Film Festival http://www.leedsfilm.com http://thoughtbubblefestival.com/

Leeds College of Art Conference

To book:-

17-18 NOVEMBER 2011

£35

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES IN ART & DESIGN: TRANSLATING CULTURES, INTERNATIONALISATION, PRACTICE AND PEDAGOGY & LCA SYMPOSIUM

LCA Symposium only


INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES IN ART & DESIGN

18.11.11

SPEAKERS WILL INCLUDE //

THEMES //

This conference, and the associated symposium,

Kim Marsh

Internationalisation //

aims to create a ‘hub’ for practitioners, teach-

Te Wananga o Aotearoa, New Zealand

Contributions will both critique and champion

ers and students who are interested in respond-

Piiata Exhbition 2011

notions of internationalisation looking at what it

10AM-5PM

ing to contemporary issues in art and design and exchanging their perspectives in visual, verbal or written form. The conference will examine the central issue of cultural exchange asking if is it possible to work, practice and teach effectively across cultures. What are the barriers to cultural exchange and how can we overcome them? The enquiry will be structured around three main ‘themes’ which are derived from terms that continually reoccur in contemporary discourses linking global communities, the ‘creative industries’ and higher education.

means to be ‘internationalised’ and asking quesKatie Barker

tions about art, design and media education and

MIT, USA

practices. .

“Culture and Communication Exchange through Art”

Translating Cultures // `Translating Cultures will look to examine perspec-

Scott Thompson-Whiteside

tives on the contemporary challenges for an

Swinburne University, Australia

international community of art, design and media

“The Value of Internationalisation within a Faculty of

practitioners working in a global context.

Design”

Pedagogy // The pedagogy strand of the conference brings teachers of art, design and media together to examine the roles of the visual and provides a forum where subject specialists can meet to discuss and share good practice.


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