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Writing Matters 2014-15 – Blog

Researcher Development Programme 2014-15

The researcher development programme 2014-15 at MIRIAD (Manchester Institute for Research in Art and Design) in the Manchester School of Art has been designed to ensure postgraduate students have the skills required to successfully manage their research and also their

Lost and Found

We are a group of postgraduate research students at Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design.  We have come together to explore themes on lost and found.  Our collected projects will form the basis of an ongoing

Researcher Development Programme 2013-14

The researcher development programme 2013-14 at MIRIAD (Manchester Institute for Research in Art and Design) in the Manchester School of Art has been designed to ensure postgraduate students have the skills required to successfully manage their research and also their

The Writer As Designer/Designer As Writer

Blog for course participants – part of 2012-13 Designing our Futures AHRC Skills Development programme. For anyone interested in developing their writing, this free course will help you find your voice, try out different kinds of writing and integrate what you have learnt

{CODE Creatives}

New outlets, opportunities and collaborations in code based design…

Writing Matters – MIRIAD Writing Group 2014

Blog of the MIRIAD writing group 2013-14…

Creative Arts and Creative Industries: Collaboration in Practice

Summary:  A two-day symposium hosted at Manchester Metropolitan University, 21-22 June 2013, will explore issues surrounding the collaborative process: both as it occurs between academic researchers in the creative arts and professional practitioners in commercial organisations; and as it focuses attention and

MIRIAD Writing Group 2013

A blog for the 2012-13 Writing Group for postgraduate researchers, MIRIAD, MMU. “This is a summary of topics to be covered from now till Santa Claus calls the whole thing off. After you have admired the orderly appearance of this

Lewis Sykes

A private WordPress site on the miriadonline.info network, accessible only by my supervisory team, to act as a ‘Thesis in Progress’. The public ‘About’ page outlines my rationale.

Play Serious

A two-day event for practitioner-researchers in the North West and beyond. Play Serious aims to create a space in which postgraduate and early career practice based/led/as researchers can share their respective practices, connect with like-minded colleagues and explore potential collaborative

MIRIAD Writing Group 2012

A blog for the 2011-12 Writing Group for postgraduate researchers, MIRIAD, MMU. “The impetus for this comes from the fact that most research students I have known in both anthropology and art want to find new and expressive ways to

Hannah Elizabeth Allan

Practice will be documented through an on-line journal (consisting of images, text, references) becoming itself a piece of work, regularly updated as a methodological approach, providing an instant reflection of the work. A research website exists as a more developed

UpClose

A blog of communications, ideas and development for the Manchester Camerata UpClose 2012-13 artist residency.

Designing our Futures

Explore new directions in arts and humanities research Designing our Futures is an innovative programme of networks, events, placements, projects, residencies and workshops devised especially for Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers working in the Arts and Humanities. Its diverse programme

Research in Practice 2013

Research in Practice is the MIRIAD skills training programme 2012-13 designed for postgraduate researchers and their Supervisors and is linked to PARCNorthWest, the region-wide postgraduate research consortium.

Practice, Process & Reflection

Practice, Process and Reflection (PPR) is an alliance of MIRIAD art and design practice-based PhD students exploring strategies, methods and opportunities for conducting, testing, presenting, and disseminating our research.