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ACORN's intent is to develop and promote the field of organizational art and aesthetics. We wish to provide a wide range of forums where researchers and teachers interested in connecting art, aesthetics, and creative practice within organizational and work settings can meet, exchange ideas, share resources, and experiment with new forms of thinking and practice.

This mailing list is primarily for members of the African Theatre Association, but non-members who are interested in news and information about African theatre and performance are welcomed.

Discussion and news list for AHDS Performing Arts, covering digital data resources for research in music, film, video, theatre, broadcasting arts, performance art and dance.

A list linked to discussions of research discussions in creative writing as relates to research council considerations around AHRC Creative Writing research training project (2005-2007)

This Jiscmail has been set up to facilitate connections between UK based researchers, and researchers in the Labex Pasts in the Present cluster of excellence (Labex PasP) who are interested in applying for the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Labex PasP 2021 joint funding opportunity. This funding opportunity will support collaborative transnational and transcultural research across one or more of the themes of: The environmental arts and humanities: landscapes, memory, and experiences #Controversial and contested pasts and heritages Futures and futurology: anticipating, imagining and understanding diverse futures Projects are expected to start on 1 February, 2022 and last between 18-30 months. #This funding opportunity closes on 5 October 2021, at 16:00 GMT+1.

This list is for communicating information about the activities of the Anglo-Russian Research Network.

The APAC list facilitates discussion and information exchange among people working in performing arts collections and related research fields. The list provides a forum for queries and for disseminating news about performing arts collections primarily in the UK. Further information and resources can be found on our website: www.performingartscollections.org.uk

This list of the dissemination of scholarly news and discussion between researchers interested in the study of music as part of the archaeology of the Americas.

This list will provide forum for debate and information on contemporary issues of Arts Management and Cultural Policy and a networking resource for researchers and teachers.

This list is used by the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies to make announcements relevant to teachers and researchers in these areas.

The BAFTSS (British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies) Practice Research Special Interest Group (PRSIG) aims to evaluate how practice can contribute new knowledge to the field in terms of its significance, originality and rigour, exploring innovative methods of academic dissemination and peer review; as well as the potential of practice research for public engagement and impact.

This list is used to make announcements about British-based audio-visual research events, publications and projects.

This list is for those who are working on or who are interested in any aspect of BBC history, to keep members in touch with each other,with current work and to publicise events.

This list is used by Beyond Text award holders,their collaborators and the associated Arts and Humanities Research Council research community to disseminate information about the individual projects within the 5 year strategic programme.

The primary aim of this e-group will be to promote collaborative research and the dissemination of findings from academic and community-based studies, projects, and initiatives, as well as fostering the exchange of information re. meetings, seminars, conferences etc of mutual interest. The majority of messages will comprise progress reports of existing projects; information regarding new course modules and research findings; feedback re. key government and art councils policies and strategies; as well as listings of events, conferences, and seminars and funding opportunities. The membership will include academic and community researchers, practitioners, archivists, curators, librarians, and community activists and local historians. Equally important are people based in voluntary arts and cultural organisations, art councils, art centres, and interested members of the public.

This list is a forum for the discussion of British music of all types composed after c. 1900, and for announcements of events, publications, etc. associated with the Post-1900 British Music Network and with the study and discussion of post-1900 British music in general.

This list is used for announcements for the AHRC's 'Care for the Future: Thinking Forward through the Past' theme award holders and researchers. These communications may include information about theme events, award holder events, opportunities for networking and further awards, and other theme-related information.

The Computer Arts Society was founded in 1968.

Children-Media-UK aims to provide a space in which academics, regulators and those working in the media industries can engage in critical debate about children and all forms of media (e.g. TV, video, film, computers, etc).

The Circus Research Network (Britain and Ireldand)exists to promote and facilitate research relationships between circus practitioners and researchers.

This is an email list for members of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Opera Studies hosted by the School of Music, Cardiff University.

This is used to discuss issues of interest and concern in relation to the learning, teaching and assessment of community music in higher education.

CMGS&R exists to inform academics, practitioners, students and researchers about the use and practice of creative methods for research on gender, sex and relating. Creative methods allow us to tap into new and different experiences that go beyond words. The list communicates this kind of research. It also acts as an inclusive and dedicated space to promote creative methods in gender, sex and relating through publications and events.

CMR-announce is an email news list maintained by the Contemporary Music Research Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London (www.gold.ac.uk/cmru). The list is used for general announcements relating to the composition, performance, and aesthetics of contemporary music. To post a message to this mailing list for distribution to other members, please email it to CMR-announce@jiscmail.ac.uk To unsubscribe click: https://WWW.JISCMAIL.AC.UK/cgi-bin/webadmin?SUBED1=CMR-ANNOUNCE&A=1

This list is for academics and researchers interested in being informed about the activities of the Centre for Performance Philosophy - a research centre at the University of Surrey.

This list is for students and researchers of all disciplines who share an interest in creative critical writing. It is used to announce events, calls for papers, publications and other relevant material and, so doing, to foster a sense of community around creative-critical work.

Mailing list for discussing matters related to a proposed Creative Robotics Research Network - robotics, mechatronics and animatronics in the creative industries.

The list aims to bring together discussion and research about the impact of Covid-19 on creative disciplines in higher education.

RESEARCHING HOW EUROPEAN INTEGRATION SHAPES THE WAY WE LIVE The Centre for Research on the European Matrix (CRonEM) is a new multidisciplinary research centre housed in the School of Politics at the University of Surrey. At CRonEM, we research European integration as a matrix of overlapping layers of governance, institutions and processes that shape how people of this continent live their lives and are governed, as well as how Europe engages the rest of the world. Our Mail Group will keep interested parties informed of our events and will also allow members to exchange information with each other. CRONEM was previously known as the Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism. A legacy page which hosts information about CRONEM’s previous work and events (2004-12) will be available soon at www.surrey.ac.uk/cronem Please see below an archive of previous postings (September 2005 - August 2012).

Cultural Policy Observatory Ireland: an all island research network is aimed at growing, connecting and profiling academic research relating to cultural policy across the island of Ireland. It is a collective venture which will be of interest to those whose work explores the value, impact and functions of arts and cultural policies (both implicit and explicit) on the island of Ireland. www.culturalpolicyireland.org

A group to spark and facilitate discussion on Participation and Engagement in the Arts and a place for members to share research. Details of subscribers on this mailing list are being held by Jiscmail and not the University of Leeds. If you unsubscribe from this mailing list you may continue to receive other communications from the University. To view the complete policies and terms please visit: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/

This list is used by Centre for Cultural Policy at the University of Leeds to support, promote and share rigorous, critical and cutting-edge academic research and knowledge exchange across the arts and cultural sector and the wider creative industries. Details of subscribers on this mailing list are being held by Jiscmail and not the University of Leeds. If you unsubscribe from this mailing list you may continue to receive other communications from the University. To view the complete policies and terms please visit: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/

Mailing list for research in the Creativeworks London AHRC Knowledge Exchange Hub.

Cybertheatres is a list devoted to the discussion and exchange on networked performance practices and visions, that is, performances that employ the Internet and / or other networking technologies and techniques as media, but also as hybrid spaces - cybernetic stages. other than networked performance, the list has also an interest in diverse hybrids between theatre / performance and technology.

The Fusion programme is aimed at increasing access to cultural participation for people experiencing disadvantage in Wales. This list will enable greater communication between them allowing best practice to be shared. Subscribers will include museum and arts learning professionals.

For SCODHE members to discuss the national picture in terms of dance in higher education.

Closed list for UK Dance Department members who have paid current membership fees.

Announcement list for digital and electronic arts histories

This list provides a communication resource for those who are interested in the art, design, research and technologies associated with textiles. Examples include digital textile design and printing, 3D textiles, smart textiles and wearables, digitally enabled interior fabrics, etc.

DramaHE is the major UK organisation of Drama (and equivalents, eg. Theatre, Performance) in Higher and Further Education. Subscription to the List is open to members and other interested parties.

A forum for the exchange of ideas and contacts for all those involved in the theory and practice of dramaturgy

This list is owned by the European Network for Avant-garde and Modernism studies (EAM). It may be used for calls for papers or contributions and for employment opportunities. Individuals may announce the publication of monographs or edited volumes. Only posts strictly relevant to the EAM community will be allowed.

The International Network for Early Modern Festival Study, was created by Dr Laura Fernandez-Gonzalez as part of her Re-creating Early Modern Festivals project, the list is now coordinated by Dr Bram van Leuveren. This network is a forum in which scholars researching Early Modern Festivals can discuss issues of mutual interest. Scope and contents The International Network aims to connect scholars researching or interested in Early Modern Festivals. The objective is to create a 'virtual' space where participants can increase collaboration and dialogue between researchers interested in the same topics. The Network is: an International Research Forum in which participants can raise questions and / or discuss an issue of interest. This can enhance festivals research given the diverse academic disciplines involved, e.g. architectural and art history, social, political economic and cultural history, cartography, music, languages, literatures and performance studies.

This list is an area for e-learning specialists working in Conservatoires and other specialist arts institutions. It is for discussion of any issues around supporting and #implementing learning technologies to support teaching in music and the arts.

An interdisciplinary list for research into embodiment and corporeality in artistic practice and performance.

Embodiment is the bodily aspect of subjectivity. It underpins emotion, language, thought and social interaction.

The event marketing list enables academics and selected practitioners to discuss current research and issues in this growing field of marketing. Encompasses experiential marketing activities and all forms of promotional events. Areas of interest are: design and creativity; event marketing and IMC; effectiveness evaluation etc.

Discussion list for the AHRC Feedback Musicianship Network.

To support cooperation between researchers concerned with the use of digital technologies in the theatre and theatre education

The mailing list aims to stimulate discussion and knowledge sharing on the future and future developments of festivals in response to the Covid-19 crisis

This email list supports the international, interdisciplinary GeoHumanities community. It will offer a space for discussion and information exchange between scholars and practitioners interested in the intersections of geographical themes- space, place, landscape, environment, the urban and mobilities and arts and humanities scholarship and practice.

The University of Abertay' s Hannah Maclure Centre works with contemporary and interdisciplinary cultural producers and artists from the UK and abroad, as well as supporting teaching activity and developing opportunities with staff and students.

Many different disciplines are interested in Hercules. This list is for anyone interested in the hero in any medium or period. Researchers and artists of all kinds can use it to find: i) information about Hercules in particular genres/media/periods, and ii) potential collaborators for projects.

A discussion list for members of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music UK and Ireland branch.

This list is for anyone who is interested in 'The Internet of Musical Events: Digital Scholarship, Community and the Archiving of Performance' (InterMusE) project. We will use the list to post project updates including resources, news and events.

Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organisation fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organisations and individuals working with art, science and technology. The main activity of ISEA International is the annual International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA).

This list is for members of the International Society for Metal Music Studies to make announcements, share information, and connect with one another. General research queries are welcome. We encourage all users to treat each other with respect, and hate speech and discrimination will not be tolerated.

The Kent Youth Arts Network (YAN) is a community of support for arts and culture organisations and practitioners – employed and freelance – working with young people across Kent.

This list will be used to make announcements to the Labanarium community made of movement and dance, students, scholars, academics and practitioners.

Information and discussion relating to Live Art, Performance Art and New Performance.

The LUCEM mailing list is used for the discussion, distribution and the exchange of information relating to the study of English music. URL: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/lucem

The MeCCSA Practice Network champions practice within the Media Communications and Cultural Studies Association, and supports events at which media practice is presented, particularly those in which the contexts of practice research, practice pedagogy and professional practice are foregrounded.

This list is used by its members to announce and discuss theory, research, critical discourse, publications, conferences, networking and curatorial approaches in the field of screen based dance, including single screen cinema or television works, installation and net based work.

A discussion list for the history and development of bowed musical instruments in the Mediterranean - but also extending to other geographical areas.

This is a monthly email digest of events, publications, calls for papers etc of interest to scholars working on the 'middlebrow'.

This is an events announcement list for a collaborative group of music production and technology academics organising a sustainable system of environmentally (and pandemically) friendly, online research dissemination events.

A list for the discussion of musical performance as documented by recordings. Topics include the history and analysis of performance style; the technical, social and economic history of recording; discography; performers.

A discussion list on the use of GRID technologies in musical applications

This list is associated with the Biennial International Conference on Music since 1900 and is intended for the scholarly discussion of all aspects of music since 1900.

a list for scholars working on world popular musics in Spanish and Portuguese

This cross disciplinary list is for scholars in the area of narrative inquiry broadly who are interested in the aesthetics of their approaches. This cross-fertilisation of social and human science with art and humanities may include, for example, autoethnographers, performance and experimental ethnographers, cultural and communication scholars with an interest in performance, narrative and dialogic narrative researchers, those using the arts in social science enquiry, to name but a few.

The Northern Premodern Seminar (formerly the Northern Renaissance Seminar) is an ongoing seminar series concerned with literature and culture 1250 to 1700.

A list for the discussion of developments in opera scholarship and research. Conference announcements may be included.

The PARIP mailing list is used for the discussion of scholarly and creative issues raised by practice as research in the disciplinary fields of performance: theatre, dance, film, video and television.

This list is used as a discussion forum for Further and Higher Education theatre technicians, teachers, lecturers and the research community.

PERF-STUD-NET is the email forum of the Performance Studies Network, which is hosted by the AHRC Research Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice (CMPCP). The Network aims to facilitate interaction between musicians and scholars working across a spectrum of disciplines, to develop an increasingly inclusive and cohesive community of performance studies specialists and other interested parties, and to lay the foundation for continuing dialogue and collaboration into the future. PERF-STUD-NET is open to anyone who wishes to exchange ideas and be kept informed about performance-related research, events and activities taking place around the world.

This list brings together scholars working in the intersection between the sciences and the arts including, but not limited to, sci-art collaborations, the use of the arts in science communication and the use of scientific methodologies in performance, film and dance studies.

This list provides a means of communication between the individuals representing those organisations that constitute Partnerships in English in the periods between meetings.

This list is designed to foster a network for researchers and practitioners working with podcasting in any subject area within higher learning institutions. Links with the industry are also desirable since commercial applications of podcasting are currently more prevalent than academic ones.

Poetryetc provides a venue for a dialogue relating to poetry and poetics, promoting specific projects for internet and print publication, and providing a forum for you to debate your own critical and creative work.

This list service is used to support dialogue, networking and collaboration between practice-as-research postgraduate students and early career researchers across the Arts and Humanities in Scotland.

A forum for research and mutual support of practitoners of performance lighting in uk higher education.

An international discussion and information list regarding performance, practice and theory

This is an list for the members of a performance and philosophy working group. The group is primarily made up of staff from UK HE institutions, but also includes PhD and Masters students and some international members. The List will be used to discuss research, communicate information regarding forthcoming meetings and so forth.

This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss issues related to psychoanalysis and creative/performing arts

Psychogeography has fractured and re-invented itself many times and continues to do so, spawning many post-psychogeographies. This evolving landscape impinges on research and creativity in the arts, humanities and, increasingly, the sciences. This list is for the discussion and dissemnination of events, discussion and information in these areas.

This list is run by the Postcolonial Seminar at Queen Mary University of London, to communicate information about events, meetings and new research.

This interdisciplinary mailing list aims to bring together researchers focused on diverse aspects of queer representation, ranging from film and TV to performance and periodicals, as well as to theorise and queer the screen as a medium.

This list promotes discussion of practice as research in music.

Group for researchers from the social sciences, arts, humanities re: the social/cultural issues of robots.

A platform for cross disciplinary discussion on the cultural, social and political agency of running.

S A L O N - LONDON takes the real and interactive virtual salon as a place of confluence, a radical feminist environment. Solidarity is the basis of the platform. The site is a place for groups and individuals to meet and exchange ideas productively, with a shared vision of bringing about change and coming together through new forms of feminist kinship. S A L O N - LONDON is a starting point for artists and writers, an opening, a site of participation and plurality.

Sci-Art-Met is a platform for collaborative action, bringing together the best of interdisciplinary research and holistic practitioners for action on global health and wellbeing.

This list will bring together the Greater Manchester community working in and around art and science collaborations. While predominantly interested in helping the university sector produce more collaboration and more work, we want to reach out to artists and the wider science sector to share opportunities, ideas, and events. If you are interested in art and science - broadly understood - then this is for you! This includes bioart, nanoart, media art, and all areas of scientific research, including the social sciences, arts and humanities. Regardless of your discipline, if you are interested in bringing art and science closer together, then please subscribe.

This list is intended to support the development of a community of scholars interested in the specificities of Scottish Cultural Policy and Management. It will make announcements about research, publications, projects and events.

This list is used by the Scottish Film Festival Studies network to make announcements relevant to film festival practitioners, scholars and researchers in Scotland and beyond.

On May 17th 2012, the research event, Sound::Gender::Feminism::Activism took place at CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice), London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. This was a postgraduate event focused on the role of gender in the sonic arts with the aim to stimulate dialogue around discourses related to feminism and sound, and to establish a network of researchers and practitioners working in these areas. This list is established as a means to extend the networking capabilities for researchers and practitioners working within these areas, to further dialogue and to make announcements to the research community about programs, events, publications and projects of interest.

This list is used by members of SIBMAS to exchange news and views on the care and documentation of performing arts collections

This is the mailing list for the Screen Industries Special Interest Group (SISIG) of the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies (BAFTSS).

This list is used by the Centre for Sound Cultures, founded at Queen Mary University, to discuss events and research in various disciplines and none, within and outside of higher education institutions.

Stage Translation Research Adaptation Practice is an international discussion forum for researchers and practitioners interested in stage translation and adaptation. It is intended that this forum will help subscribers to create networks and further the discipline.

The suppressed-music mailing list is used to exchange information about composers writing music under totalitarian and other repressive regimes, not least those of Nazi Germany and Austria and Communist central and eastern Europe. This is a sub-list of MUSICOLOGY-ALL.

This list is used by the Theatre and Performance Research Association to facilitate scholarly exchanges among research communities in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

This group is for people who wish to explore and encourage the use of theatre and drama in qualitative research and teaching

To connect researchers working on the study of persistence, recurrence, transmission and transformation of tunes, especially in (but not confined to) traditional and popular culture. Historical, comparative, ethnographic, computational, archival approaches welcome. International, inter- and intra-cultural perspectives welcome. Open to all bona fide researchers with relevant interests.

mail list for ucisa members who are IT directors of specialist Colleges and Universities of Art, Design & Performance

As Dance librarians from specialist UK conservatoires and university departments we share issues related to the provision, management and circulation of our library resources and services, including user education and research support.

Email list for research and PhD community of the UWS School of Creative and Cultural Industries.

Voice and speech practitioners working in HE and the creative industries.

The Walking Artists Network seeks to connect those who define themselves as walking artists, or who are interested in walking as a mode of art practice through a series of meetings and an online interface. We hope to share examples of our walking practices, and the practices that inspire; to ask how we might define walking art as a medium, and whether attempting a definition is a fruitful method for generating discussion and debate; to explore the multi-disciplinary routes to walking as an art practice. This list is for all who define themselves as walking artists, or who are interested in walking as a mode of art practice.

A forum for Welsh Studies, including but not limited to Welsh Writing in English and Welsh History.

WIRAD aims to become Wales' premier Art & Design research institution and an internationally significant player in the Art & Design research field by building on the research excellence and talent that Wales possesses. This list is part of a pan-Wales resource for Art & Design research.


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