Quine Shrine in Aberdeen Hexes the Patriarchy
Art and Science / feminism / Scotland / University of Aberdeen

Quine Shrine in Aberdeen Hexes the Patriarchy

Carrie Reichardt who declared in her artist statement, ”I AM AN ARTIST YOUR RULES DON’T APPLY” (see www.carriereichardt.com) , seeks to use her work as visual activism. Staying true to her ”anarcho-craftivist” reputation, her contribution to this year’ Nuart Festival, titled Gallus Quines & Deeds not Words, is two tile- mosaic murals that comment on Aberdeen’s and … Continue reading

Fully Funded PhD: How Children Experience Theatre and Dance
Jobs / News / Postgraduate / prize / Scotland / students

Fully Funded PhD: How Children Experience Theatre and Dance

Valuing Young Audiences: how children experience live theatre and dance, and why it matters Fully-funded AHRC PhD studentship Summary Applications are invited from prospective candidates for an AHRC-funded PhD on the value for children of experiencing live theatre and dance as audience members. This is a new collaboration between the University of Aberdeen and Imaginate, … Continue reading