Call for Papers: Animation / Graphic Novel Research Student Symposium, Saturday 23rd March 2013

Call for Papers: Animation / Graphic Novel Research Student Symposium, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, Saturday 23rd March 2013

The Centre for Performance at Central Saint Martins warmly invites research students to submit proposals for the fourth animation PGR* research symposium, which will be extended for the first time to the field of graphic novels. The symposium is designed for MPhil / PhD students to present their work-in-progress to a friendly and well-informed audience of peers and supervisors.

Proposals on the topic of animation or graphic novels should be for either:

–       a 20 minute conference paper (to be followed by 10 minutes of discussion);

–       or an alternative discussion/presentation format as appropriate for practice-based research.

Send your proposals to Dr Birgitta Hosea <b.hosea@csm.arts.ac.uk>. Closing date 31st January 2013.

*The Animation Postgraduate Research Group was set up in 2011 by Dr Paul Ward of the Arts University College at Bournemouth as a safe and supportive network in which MPhil/PhD students can exchange ideas and disseminate their research. To join the group and receive further information about this and future events, contact <pward@aucb.ac.uk>.

The Centre for Performance at Central Saint Martins brings together MA Character Animation, BA/MA Performance Design & Practice and Drama Centre London to offer a range of approaches to performance that are embodied, live, recorded, virtual or animated.

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  1. Posted November 3, 2014 at 8:34 pm | Permalink

    Such an enjoyable read, and fantastic comments

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