Posted on October 3, 2018
Dewiswyd Les Monaghan, myfyriwr PhD eCDR, fel “Cyfranogwr OPEN18” yn y Brighton Photo Fringe. Dewiswyd Les hefyd ar gyfer artist comisiwn y rhaglen “Gwaith Cymdeithasol?”. Dangoswyd ei waith, “Relative Poverty”, yng nghynhadledd Hawliau Lles Y Gr?p Gweithredu ar Dlodi Plant a chynhadledd Anghydraddoldebau Iechyd, ac yn parhau i deithio i Lyfrgelloedd Doncaster a Llyfrgelloedd Barnsley yn hwyrach yn yr Hydref. Mae ei waith yn ymddangos yn y llyfr Invisible Britain, sy’n cael ei lansio ar Dachwedd 1 2018.
Posted on August 10, 2018
Posted on June 28, 2018
eCDR Postgraduate Researcher Alba Giménez co-organised with Christian Sancto (Utrecht University), and Jiyu Zhang (Leiden University) the 16th NECS Graduate Workshop titled To Prefer Not To: Media Inoperativities in Utrecht (25 June 2018, Utrecht University). The NECS Graduate Workshop has been designed to give scholars at the beginning of their career a platform for networking with established European film and media scholars.
Alba is also presenting a paper on Distance and Implication: Reconfiguring experience in Harun Farocki’s Eye/Machine series at the 2018 NECS Conference in Amsterdam.
Posted on June 18, 2018
Ian Wiblin’s new film ‘Four Parts of a Folding Screen’, (made together with Anthea Kennedy) will be showing at the Jewish Film Festival in Berlin and Brandenburg. The screening is at 7pm on Saturday 30th June, at Kino Delphi Lux, Kantstr.10 / Yva-Bogen. It will be introduced by Prof. Gertrud Koch (Freie Universität Berlin) and there will be a Q&A.
Posted on June 18, 2018
Professor Mark Durden has been invited to present my research at a Post Photography workshop in Lucern on Friday June 22nd and Saturday June 23rd. Mark will also be visiting the Hotel Schatzalp in Davos to begin new research on Thomas Mann’s ‘The Magic Mountain’.
Posted on June 11, 2018
Matt White, eCDR member and BA Photography lecturer at University of South Wales, is currently in The Ruhr Valley in Essen, Germany installing a site specific installation, ‘Hidden Paradise’. Collaborating with German artist Patricia Hepp, the work investigates the contemporary meaning of home in a post-industrial German community.
Posted on May 21, 2018
Dr Lisa Barnard has an image in the new exhibition ‘Women in Focus’ at the National Museum Cardiff. It is a yearlong exhibition which draws on works from Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales’ photographic collections and explores the role of women in photography. Lisa will also be talking at Peckham 24 a high profile international event in London on Saturday.
Posted on April 23, 2018
Senior Lecturer in Photography, Matt White, was delighted to premiere his latest film ‘The Tick and the Bomb’ at the opening evening of the Wales International Documentary Festival.
Posted on April 12, 2018
The Tick and The Bomb
17th April 2018
Market Hall Cinema, Brynmawr
The screening of the 18-minute short, The Tick and The Bomb commences at 7.00pm.
Posted on March 26, 2018
Professor Florence Ayisi was presented with an ICON Award “recognising exceptional contributions by individuals in promoting Pan-Africanism on a personal, national and global scale” at the 2018 Africa Week, hosted by The Arnolfini in Bristol.
Posted on March 19, 2018
Professor Florence Ayisi’s documentary, 'Handing Down Time’ (2012), was screened on Tuesday, to a packed auditorium in the Arnolfini, Bristol, as part of Africa Week 2018 at UWE; an annual event celebrating African cultures and recognising the diverse cultures in Bristol.
Posted on March 6, 2018
Lisa Barnard, Reader in Documentary Photography at University of South Wales, received a Fellowship of the RPS awarded by the Council of The Royal Photographic Society, who’s Distinctions are recognised as measures of achievement throughout the world.
Posted on February 24, 2018
David Barnes, Senior Lecturer in Documentary Photography at University of South Wales, is a recipient of the 2018 Society of Photographic Education (USA) International Conference Grant Award.
The grant is awarded to international conference papers ranked the highest by SPE’s Peer Review Committee. The three international conference winners for 2018 were David Barnes, Lucia Nimcova, and Soonhwa Oh.
David will attend the 55th SPE Annual Conference in Philadelphia which is entitled “Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood”. David will present a paper on his ongoing research project focussed on the remarkable links between Wales and the USA via on the organisation “The Loyal Order of the Moose”.
As a part of his trip to the USA to present at the conference, David will be continuing to develop his photographic and film projects in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Posted on January 30, 2018
Professor Mark Durden is giving a talk in Oxford on Wednesday 31 January 2018 as part of The Documentary Photobook international seminar series.
Posted on January 17, 2018
Two former documentary BA graduates won Jerwood Photoworks Awards. Alejandra Carles-Tolra, Sam Laughlin and Lua Ribeira were selected from over 350 artists to access a significant production fund to make new work and showcase it at Jerwood.