Sensitive Subjects: Creative Practice and Ethics, 16th June 2023

A workshop comprised of short talks and discussions to explore ethics and sensitive subject matters in creative practice.

Date: Friday 16th June 12.30-3.30pm

Location: Devonshire Building G21/G22. 


12.30 – 12.40pm Welcome and Introduction

12.40 – 12.50pm Tina Sikka (Reader in Technoscience and Intersectional Justice in the School of Arts and Culture) & Sarah Li (Artist), Sexual Ethics and Lived Experience. Listen to this talk

12.50 – 1.00pm Lyn Hagan (Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Fine Art), First the animals, then us. Listen to this talk

1.00 – 1.10pm Alex Pheby (Professor of Creative Writing), How to write about things you can’t think about. Listen to this talk

1.10 – 1.30pm Discussion and Q&A, Chaired by Gethin Rees (Senior Lecturer in Sociology)

1.30 – 1.40pm Break (Tea & coffee provided)

1.40 – 1.50pm Ruth Raynor (Lecturer in Urban Planning), Beyond the waves: Geographies of grief during Covid-19

1.50 – 2.00pm Film screening: Where We Will Go. Watch this film

2.00 – 2.10pm Anne Whitehead (Professor of Modern and Contemporary Lit), Working with Lived Experience of Losing a Baby From a Multiple Pregnancy. Listen to this talk

2.10 – 2.30pm Discussion and Q&A, Chaired by Alison Atkinson-Phillips

2.30 – 2.40pm Break

2.40 – 3.10pm Plenary Speaker: George Vasey (Senior Lecturer in Curating at Teesside University), Curating Complexity. Listen to this talk

3.10 – 3.30pm Discussion and Q&A, Chaired by Gayle Meikle (Lecturer in Contemporary Art Curation)


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