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Funding and Finance
Overview of funding and financing an alternative media project in the UK and Europe
Inclusion Through Media
The 'Inclusion Through Media' partnership has involved many imaginative and productive collaborations between creative media professionals and young and excluded people in cities and regions of the UK and Europe. Using ...
The Use of Student Design Projects as a Catalyst for Collaborations across Industry Sectors
This paper is based on product design students work in response to collaborative projects. These projects are supported by companies operating within similar market sectors but offering different products and services. By ...
‘A Story of the London Fog? Adulterated Modernisms in The Lodger’s Inter-titles’
That Ivor Montagu was invited by Michael Balcon to refine The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (Hitchcock, UK, 1926) is well known. The film’s avant-garde tendencies can, in part, be attributed to Montagu’s involvement. ...
‘Landscape and Dialectical Atavism in The Ruling Class’
English fiction films in the early 1970s developed new modes of deploying country house locations, whereby the architecture and history of an estate became intrinsic to narrative. At the same time, the new approaches to ...
Books from the project Designing Domesticity : Advice Literature and Design Discourse in Post-War Britain
I curated a display of advice books related to my AHRC-funded research project.
Designing Domesticity : Discourses of Etiquette, Homemaking and Home Decoration in Britain from 1945
(Phaidon Press, 2007)
IN THE SHADOW OF MOUNTAINS is a new collection of sublime portraits, landscapes, and street photography taken by Steve McCurry over the last 27 years. Children and shepherds, warriors and laborers are presented alongside ...
Show/tell : relationships between text, narrative and image
In 2005 the theorising Visual Art and Design (tVAD) Research Group at the University of Hertfordshire hosted an international conference, Show/Tell: Relationships between Text, Narrative and Image <http://www.herts.ac.uk ...