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Searching for the ethos of a lost art school. (2022)
Book Chapter
WINTER, J. 2022. Searching for the ethos of a lost art school. In Ingold, T. (ed.) Knowing from the inside: cross-disciplinary experiments with matters of pedagogy. London: Bloomsbury Academic [online], chapter 8, pages 165-188. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5040/9781350217171.ch-008

This search is motivated by an abiding belief in the possibilities of art schools. It is a response to many conversations over recent years around the future of art education and the significant role it has played in weaving the social fabric. I cont... Read More about Searching for the ethos of a lost art school..

Nothing's guaranteed: exhibition of Bosno-futurism. [Exhibition] (2022)
Exhibition / Performance
Nothing's guaranteed: exhibition of Bosno-futurism. [Exhibition]. Exhibited 29 July - 25 September 2022, Summerhall, Edinburgh.

This exhibition presents a parallel exploration of the intersection between imagination and technology, and explores the rich aesthetic of Afrofuturism through the work of six contemporary mixed-media artists; Igor Bošnjak, Mladen Bundalo, Lana Čmajč... Read More about Nothing's guaranteed: exhibition of Bosno-futurism. [Exhibition].

Aberdeen, city of culture? How best-laid plans "gang aft a-gley". (2022)
Journal Article
CHARLES, S. and NICOLL, H. 2022. Aberdeen, city of culture? How best-laid plans "gang aft a-gley". M/C journal [online], 25(3): cities, article 2903. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5204/mcj.2903

This article explores the phenomenon of the Creative City in the context of Aberdeen, Scotland's third-largest city. The common perception of Aberdeen is likely to revolve around its status, for the last 50 years, as Europe’s Oil and Gas Capital. How... Read More about Aberdeen, city of culture? How best-laid plans "gang aft a-gley"..

Lockdown in post-Brexit Britain: how did it feel for EU citizens? (2022)
Presentation / Conference
RUGGERONE, L. and HACKETT, C. 2022. Lockdown in post-Brexit Britain: how did it feel for EU citizens? Presented at the EU Nationals Study webinar on living in post-Brexit Britain during the pandemic, 13 June 2022, [virtual event].

This study (https://www.eunationalsstudy.com) examines the effects of the Coronavirus epidemic and Brexit on the emotional wellbeing of middle-aged European citizens who have transnational caring responsibilities in the UK and in Europe. This qualita... Read More about Lockdown in post-Brexit Britain: how did it feel for EU citizens?.

No place like home. [Exhibition] (2022)
Exhibition / Performance
No place like home. Exhibition held 5 June 2022, Fittie Community Hall, Aberdeen.

This exhibition featured artworks that were created as part of an RGU research project into the impact of Brexit on EU nationals living in the UK. The exhibition explored migration and diversity across Aberdeen and was held as part of the opening of... Read More about No place like home. [Exhibition].

Working together on ecological thinking: relationality and difference. (2022)
Thesis
FREMANTLE, C.N. 2022. Working together on ecological thinking: relationality and difference. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1712793

This PhD by Public Output contributes to the wider understanding of 'ecological thinking' in the arts, through the portfolio of peer reviewed research publications of a producer of public art projects in the healthcare and environment settings. A tim... Read More about Working together on ecological thinking: relationality and difference..

Contextualities of listening to soundscapes: the past and the present converging in Sarajevo. (2022)
Journal Article
ZE?O, M. 2022. Contextualities of listening to soundscapes: the past and the present converging in Sarajevo. Journal of sonic studies [online], 23: Sounds of the Balkan, exposition 1599648. Available from: https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/1599648/1599649

This article discusses the relationship between autobiographical memories and personal and group identities in the post-conflict soundscape of Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The discussion will focus on the perspectives of residents and their in... Read More about Contextualities of listening to soundscapes: the past and the present converging in Sarajevo..

Thinking with the Harrisons: what does now demand? [Presentation] (2022)
Presentation / Conference
DOUGLAS, A. and FREMANTLE, C. 2022. Thinking with the Harrisons: what does now demand? Presented at Listening to the web of life, 17-18 March 2022, San Diego, USA. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1629026

How can we learn to think ecologically when our technological, social, aesthetic and political systems are built on the primacy of human rationality? Helen Mayer Harrison (1927-2018) and Newton Harrison's (b. 1932) practice as artists borrows from th... Read More about Thinking with the Harrisons: what does now demand? [Presentation].

About performance: a conversation with Richard Schechner. (2022)
Journal Article
MADEIRA, C., CRUZEIRO, C.P., DOUGLAS, A. and ELIAS, H. 2022. About performance: a conversation with Richard Schechner. Arts [online], 11(1), article 14. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/arts11010014

Richard Schechner is University Professor Emeritus at New York University (https: //tisch.nyu.edu/about/directory/performance-studies/3508301, accessed 13 December 2021). As an experienced theatre director, scholar, and researcher, he pioneered the f... Read More about About performance: a conversation with Richard Schechner..