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Design Hacks: Flips and Tips for Pedagogic Innovation
Presentation / Conference
Design Hacks: Flips and Tips for Pedagogic Innovation. Presented at CIHE Annual Conference 2019: Creative Approaches to Pedagogic Research

This conference presentation summarized the findings of the 2018/19 UWE Pedagogic Project "Design Thinking as a Pedagogic Tool: Innovating the Liminal Learning Process". The project investigated how design thinking approaches could be used as an effe... Read More about Design Hacks: Flips and Tips for Pedagogic Innovation.

Wootton Bassett
Exhibition / Performance
Fraser, S. (2011). Wootton Bassett. (Unpublished)

Committed to Print
Exhibition / Performance
Thirkell, P. Committed to Print. (Unpublished)

Curated by Dr Paul Thirkell this exhibition features prints and print-related artefacts resulting from some of the Centre’s many research projects. It includes artworks that explore the possibilities of several almost forgotten high quality nineteent... Read More about Committed to Print.

Ansel Adams at Manzanar
Exhibition / Performance
Hammond, A. Ansel Adams at Manzanar. [CD]. (Unpublished)

Curation and catalogue (published by Honolulu Academy of Arts 2006, ISBN 0-937426-74-1, DOI 10.1080/03087290600810904). Hammond was commissioned by the Honolulu Academy of Arts to guest-curate an exhibition of Ansel Adams's photographs (never before... Read More about Ansel Adams at Manzanar.

What’s In The Box? Volume I
Exhibition / Performance
Sowden, T. (2000). What’s In The Box? Volume I. (Unpublished)

Published as a collection of artists’ books curated and edited by Tom Sowden. Each project involves MA Printmaking students, UWE staff and invited artists who are asked to contribute 16 pages for an artist’s book. Each book is digitally printed f... Read More about What’s In The Box? Volume I.

What’s In The Box? Volume II
Exhibition / Performance
Sowden, T. (2002). What’s In The Box? Volume II. (Unpublished)

Published as a collection of artists’ books curated and edited by Tom Sowden. Each project involves MA Printmaking students, UWE staff and invited artists who are asked to contribute 16 pages for an artist’s book. Each book is digitally printed f... Read More about What’s In The Box? Volume II.

What’s In The Box? Volume III
Exhibition / Performance
Sowden, T. (2004). What’s In The Box? Volume III. (Unpublished)

Published as a collection of artists’ books curated and edited by Tom Sowden. Each project involves MA Printmaking students, UWE staff and invited artists who are asked to contribute 16 pages for an artist’s book. Each book is digitally printed f... Read More about What’s In The Box? Volume III.

Woodburytype database
Dataset
Hoskins, S., Thirkell, P., & Hill, V. Woodburytype database. [Dataset]

This archive contains material relating to the photo-mechanical printing process invented by Walter Woodbury in 1865. Like the collotype process this also takes advantage of the changing nature of bichromated gelatine after exposure to light to produ... Read More about Woodburytype database.

The Air Loom
Physical Artefact
Dickinson, R. (2005). The Air Loom

The Air Loom is a large sculpture commissioned and exhibited at The Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne as part of a larger exhibition "All you need to know" curated by Andrew Patrizio, (which included Lucy Orta, Joanne Tatham and Tom O'Sullivan,... Read More about The Air Loom.

What’s In The Box? Volume IV
Exhibition / Performance
Sowden, T. (2006). What’s In The Box? Volume IV. (Unpublished)

Published as a collection of artists’ books curated and edited by Tom Sowden. Each project involves MA Printmaking students, UWE staff and invited artists who are asked to contribute 16 pages for an artist’s book. Each book is digitally printed from... Read More about What’s In The Box? Volume IV.

What kind of student am I?: Transition talk and investment in learning
Report
Brooks, K., & Kelly, K. What kind of student am I?: Transition talk and investment in learning

The transition from ‘fresher’ to graduate has been widely conceptualised as a ‘learning journey’. This paper is an attempt to apply a broadly discursive approach to the study of the transition from school or college to the first year of university t... Read More about What kind of student am I?: Transition talk and investment in learning.

What’s In The Box? Volume V
Exhibition / Performance
Sowden, T. (2008). What’s In The Box? Volume V. (Unpublished)

Published as a collection of artists’ books curated and edited by Tom Sowden. Each project involves MA Printmaking students, UWE staff and invited artists who are asked to contribute 16 pages for an artist’s book. Each book is digitally printed from... Read More about What’s In The Box? Volume V.

Development of a conservation and restoration plan and records management system for the Lands and Survey Division, 2007-2008
Report
Hoskins, S., Parraman, C., Hill, V., Baldwin, R., & Reyes, F. Development of a conservation and restoration plan and records management system for the Lands and Survey Division, 2007-2008

Consultancy Field Visit and Report of Recommendations. Developing a conservation and documentation plan for the extensive records held within Lands and Survey Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Govt. and which are currently at risk of damage due to... Read More about Development of a conservation and restoration plan and records management system for the Lands and Survey Division, 2007-2008.

Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover
Digital Artefact
Dean, J. Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover

3 photographic drawings were exhibited from an extensive series entitled Rome (wasn’t) built in a day. In all cases images were gleaned from the internet and collaged together by computer, to create drawings that speculate on ideas of building / crea... Read More about Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover.

Investment
Exhibition / Performance
Dean, J. Investment. (Unpublished)

Investment is a silver cast of a (cancelled) credit card in my name, signed on the back either by the wax maker, the foundry director, or myself. Both sides of the piece must be visible to the viewer, preferably by picking it up.