Perspectives in Art & Design Edition #3
The third edition of PAD Perspectives in Art and Design has been released this month. This newest edition features research from a range of graduates and students across our school with a feast of work pieces including articles, reviews and research enquiries. Subjects cover from a wide range of practices including Design History, Costume Design, Photography, Fine Art and Film.
A truly collaborative process the online research journal is collated through an editorial board. Member Harry Fraser said “I really loved being on the editorial board for PAD and it has given an opportunity to work within an academic written environment which will help me jump start my career. Alyson has been a wonderful help throughout the whole process of writing my own article and editorial work on others.”
PAD Editorial Board Members 2022-2023 include Lecturer Alyson Agar, Sophie Coleman (MA Design History), Harry Fraser (MA Design History) PAD Editorial Design & Development 2022-2023 by Rebecca Jones (MA Design Practice) and PAD Editorial Researchers include Georgia Gill (MA Design Practice) and Milly Woods (MA Arts Practice).
Overview of Edition 3:
- A Review of Mark Pinder’s Exhibition ‘Marcomancy: Britian and The North East of England 1986 – 2022 – currently showing at Hartlepool Gallery by BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate Anna Tompkinson
- Further research on Boosbeck from Angela List-Evans
- An article from film graduate Matt Shanks on ‘Realism: World Building, Present Truth and Post-Cinema: A Comparative Study of Rossellini and Fellini’s ‘Rome, Open City’ (1945) and The Safdie Brothers ‘Uncut Gems’ (2019)
- MA student Chloe Leeson research entitled ‘Acid Ted and Techno Tracy: Curating Nostalgia in the Remains of The Rave’
- ‘Reconsidering Walter Benjamins Aura in relation to a short history of photography 1931’ an article by Fi McGlurg
- Research article ‘Nostalgia through the Queer Lens:Aa Practice Led Enquiry’ by Harry Fraser
- Emma Smith’s research article ‘The Coastal Landscape of Hartlepool: From Inspiration to Abstraction’
- Level 6 costume student Kiera Brooks research article ‘Is the use of Mythology in the Western Film Industry Cultural Appropriation, or is it a Part of Western Civilisations Heritage’
- The story of BA (Hons) Fine Art Collective The Marra Collective
- A review of ‘The Inaugural SARDG Conference ‘Towards a Feminist Future’ from Fine art student Faith Maddison
- A Review of The Northern Film Festival, held this summer at the Arc Stockton
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