Three-D Issue 21: The BUFVC: Supporting Practice and Research

Sarah Allen-Reading British Universities Film & Video Council Founded in 1948, the British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) is a charity and membership organisation that aims to advance post-compulsory education and research by putting moving image and sound on an equal footing with text. Currently 82% of UK higher education (HE) institutions are members …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 20: Female Authorship Symposium

Sarah Neely, University of Stirling The Female Authorship Symposium was held on Friday the 8th of February at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow.  The event was hosted by the Glasgow Short Film Festival and received support from the MeCCSA Women’s Media Studies Network, MeCCSA Practice Network, the Stirling Centre for Scottish Studies and the …Continue Reading

Practice Network Report, AGM2013

The network supported three events. January 2012 –  In collaboration with the Women’s Network  a panel was supported at the annual conference on Director Jan Dunn. June 2012 – A one day conference organised by East London, “Powers of the False” at the Cine Lumiere October 2012 – A one day symposium, “REF2014 and Practice-based research”  …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 19: Practice-based research and the REF2014

John Adams University of Bristol Symposium organised by the MeCCSA practice network, University of Bedfordshire and the Kingston University Practice Research Unit. 23rd October 2012 at the Rose Theatre, Kingston In the protracted run up to the census date for the REF this symposium provided a timely and well-judged steer for practice researchers and research …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 19: Practice Network Report

Joanna Callaghan University of Bedfordshire An exciting October with an event on Practice-based research and the REF2014 that I planned since taking up my role as Chair of the Practice Network.  I was able to secure Bruce Brown, Chair of Panel D along with panel members from 34 and 36.  The event sold out and …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 18: Practice at the MeCCSA 2012 conference

Mark Readman Bournemouth University The 2012 MeCCSA conference at the University of Bedfordshire was as eclectic as usual, with sessions ranging from pornography to public service broadcasting and from the Muppets to Murdoch. My experience this time, however, was different from previous occasions, given my decision to inveigle my way into the world of practice …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 18: The key

Story by: Jackey Reuben, Illustrations by: Chantal de Broglio This is a short satire by a MeCCSA member about marketing in a University. The Exit There is always darkness before the dawn – wherever we might be. Do we have to continually re-enact the trauma, and was it this that was echoed, along with clip-clop …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 17: Practice Network event and policy review

Joanna Callaghan University of Bedfordshire In June the Practice Network supported the annual Journal of Media Practice symposium on the 24th June at the Watershed in Bristol, hosted by UWE Bristol. The one-day symposium explored how digital technologies have redefined creativity and media practice within the academy both in terms of teaching and research, with …Continue Reading

Journal of Media Practice symposium

MeCCSA Practice section supported the Journal of Media Practice symposium on the 24th June 2011 at the Watershed, Bristol, in association with the University of West England. For further details, please visit: https://postdigi.wordpress.com/57-2/

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