Continents of Photography – APHE Summer Conference 2015.
Joint Hosted by Nottingham Trent University and University of Nottingham.
Wednesday 1st July – Nottingham Trent University, Bonington Building
5pm:Reception and Registration
5.45pm (approx) Speaker: Chris Barrett, co-author of Icons of Rhetoric.
Thursday 2nd July – Nottingham Trent University, Bonington Building
All talks will be held in Bonington Lecture Theatre.
9.00- 9.30: Registration and coffee – Bonington Reception and Atrium.
9.45: Welcome from Marjolijn Brussard (Dean of School of Art and Design NTU).
10.00: Welcome – Jonathan Shaw (Chair of APHE) and Linda Marchant (Secretary of APHE).
10.15: Keynote Speaker: From icons to emerging photographers Kim Knoppers, Curator, Foam Amsterdam.
11.15: Tea – Bonington Atrium.
11.45: Reshaping the Landscape: John Hillman, Plymouth College of Art and Design.
Photomeet and Professional Practice: Frede Spencer, Owner of Twenty Twenty Agency and organiser of Photomeet.
12.40: Lunch – Bonington Atrium
1.40: Lightning Talks.
Galleries, Bursaries and Working together: Neil Walker, Head of Visual Arts Programming, University of Nottingham.
Transitions and CPD: Tony Harris, Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography (AHFAP).
Unthinking photography: Katrina Sluis, The Photographers’ Gallery.
Metro and Education: Mentorship and Ambassador Schemes: Jack Quick, Metro Imaging.
2.30: Ideas and Photography.
The Singular Photograph in Durational Time. Eileen Little, University of South Wales.
Zombie Photography Professor Andrew Dewdney, London South Bank University.
3.30: Tea – Bonington Atrium.
4.00 – 4.30: Aphie Teaching Awards – Pecha Kuchas. (Tea and Cake Served in Bonington Atrium).
4.30: Closing talk Professor Ravi Deepres.
7pm: Conference Meal: Browns Bar and Brasserie, Nottingham City Centre.
Friday 3rd July, University of Nottingham, University Park.
9.30: Coffee and Session Sign Up. Welcome from David McMahon, University of Nottingham
10.00 – 11.30: Parallel sessions.
School of Pharmacy A05 & A06 & School of Life Sciences A35 & A36
Talk to be confirmed (Pharmacy A06)
Science and Imaging – Microscopy Workshop with Dr Tom Hartman, University of Nottingham (Life Sciences A36)
Commercial Value of Video – A talk / workshop by Paul Witney, British Geological Survey (Life Sciences A35)
Education – National Identity’s Impact on Photographic Education, Monica Fischbein, Plymouth College of Art (Pharmacy – A05)
Photography – Wet Plate Portraiture Demonstration / Workshop run by students from Nottingham Trent University (subject to confirmation)
11.45: Tea break, going into
12.15: Annual General Meeting (Pharmacy A05)
1.00: Networking and Lunch (Pharmacy Foyer)
2.00: Closing Keynote – Stephen Gill. Link to website (Pharmacy A05)
3.15: Plenary and close.
Carriages for 4.15pm…