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Personal Invite to a College of Arts Showcase for Production Companies

College of Arts Showcase with Prof Mark Cousins and Connolly Clark Films

Date: Thursday 13th March 2014
Time: 14.00-17.00 (including Q&A)
Agenda: below

Yudowitz Room, Wolfson Medical School Building, University Avenue, G12 8QQ

Why Should You Attend?
This event is an opportunity to learn about the diverse range of knowledge and expertise available to your organisation to develop content for Film, TV and Radio.

Registration is essential due to limited numbers. RSVP to Fraser Rowan

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Image of Prof Mark CousinsThe College of Arts is hosting a very special event with Prof Mark Cousins (pictured) and Connolly Clark Films to showcase our unique range of
expertise.

The primary aim of the event is to establish new, and deepen existing, partnerships between Scottish-based production companies and the College
of Arts with a view to ensuring that our research reaches a wide audience. We’re keen to explore the possibilities that working more closely with film, television and radio production companies can bring in this regard.

Programme

2.00pm - Welcome

  • Introduction
  • ‘Tracking Loach: Researching the making of The Angels’ Share’ - Dr David Archibald
  • ‘Filmmaking and Media Arts’ - Dr Tim Barker/ Prof. Karen Lury
  • ‘Shaping Scotland’s talent in the Film and TV Industries’ - Dr Lisa Kelly and Dr Katherine Champion
  • ‘Doomster Hill: Sacred Space of the Kings of Strathclyde’ - Cara Connolly and Martin Clark
  • ‘Financing: how to fund a University partnership’ - Dr Fraser Rowan

3:15 - Coffee

3.40pm – Academic Overviews

  • 'Sex, Death & Memory' - Zoe Strachan
  • 'Gaelic Language and Culture' - Fiona Dunn
  • ‘Translating traditions’- (Dr Saeko Yazaki
  • ‘Mapping Metaphors of English’ - Dr Wendy Anderson
  • ‘Knitting for Scotland: Scottish textiles – heritage, culture, business’ - Prof. Lynn Abrams
  • 'Envisioning the future through the lens of the past' - Dr Chris Dalglish
  • 'Scottish Place-Names' - Prof. Carole Hough
  • ‘Why religion?’ - Dr Scott Spurlock
  • 'Death, Life & Philosophy' - Dr Ramona D Fotiade
  • 'James VI and I: The 450th Anniversary' - Dr Steven Reid

4.30pm – ‘D.H. Lawrence in Sardinia’ – Prof Mark Cousins

5:00 - Close

We hope that you can make this event. If you can’t and you want to discuss ways in which your organization might work with the University, please do let us know.

Refreshments - Tea/Coffee will be available from 13:30 and during the mid-afternoon break.

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Please contact the event organizer Fraser Rowan if you have any questions.

RSVP to Fraser Rowan.

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