Friday, 2 December 2022

Event Details

'Violencia en las calles de Santiago de Chile durante toque de queda / Violence in the streets of Santiago de Chile during curfew', Anonymous. (Photo: Martin Melaugh)

'Violencia en las calles de Santiago de Chile durante toque de queda / Violence in the streets of Santiago de Chile during curfew', Anonymous. (Photo: Martin Melaugh)

 

Lecture & Seminar :Documentation / Imagination / Creativity - formats of presenting conflict
Description: This Lecture and Seminar event, commissioned by the Fine Arts Department, Liverpool Hope University is targeted at Arts students.
Within the lecture, two short films will be screened followed by a Question & Answer session:
1) “Retrospective of Don McCullin’s photographs” (TATE Exhibition Guide)
2) Light during the darkness: Remembering the Holocaust. A Conflict Textiles production.

The seminar element will focus on presentation of images from both collections shared via padlet. This will form the basis of a lecturer / curator / student dialogue

In advance, students are requested to view short films and choose conflict images to upload on padlet Images of Conflict - creative responses.

Recording of Conflict Textiles element of the seminar (23 minutes).
Commissioned by: Liverpool Hope University, Dr. Doris Rohr, Senior Lecturer Fine Art
Date(s): 21st May 2021 - 21st May 2021
Venue: Online
Creative Campus, Shaw St, Liverpool L6 1HP
Curator: Tamar Hemmes, Assistant Curator Tate & Roberta Bacic, Conflict Textiles
Facilitator: Dr. Doris Rohr
Outcome: The lecture and seminar 'Documentation/Imagination/ Creativity - Formats of Presenting Conflict' enabled a group of first year fine art and art and design history major undergraduate students at Liverpool Hope University to engage with images of conflict more deeply. This was achieved through sharing documentation of primary sources (Conflict textiles / CAIN database) enhanced by curatorial expert information delivered by Roberta Bacic. Student interaction was achieved through new technology format padlet, which enabled the student voice to be heard as part of the seminar discussion.




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