Professor Pratap Rughani has been invited to be part of the judging panel for Best Documentary Film at Fastnet Film Festival held in Schull, Ireland Wednesday 20th to Sunday 24th May, 2020.
Professor Pratap Rughani will be on the judging panel for the awards in London.
Learning on Screen Awards https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/awards/
|Beyond the Border : between teaching and learning |
Brigitte Lardinois Acting Director, Photography and the Archive Research Centre (PARC), London College of Communication, (LCC) University of the Arts London, and Pratap Rughani Associate Dean of Research, (ADR) Professor of Documentary Practices take part in the Learning and Teaching Conference 2020 at Chelsea College of Arts.
How can a UAL research centre renew its relationship with teaching and learning to reach a broader mix of students? Director of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre (PARC), Brigitte Lardinois workshops ideas with Pratap Rughani (ADR) to develop new opportunities for staff and students to interact with and co-develop Teaching & Learning events from emerging research insights. This workshop coincides with the launch of PARC’s new exhibition programme “Territorial Troubles” opening later in the day on March 17th, focused on Northern Ireland and emergence through conflict.
Colleagues are invited to explore how these ideas work in practice.
Talk: 5.30 – 6.30 pm at London College of Communication.
Post-talk discussion moderated by Pratap Rughani, Professor of
Documentary Practices: 6.30 – 7.30 pm.
In the first of a series of engaging lectures for staff and students, UAL
Chancellor Grayson Perry will be sharing his insight into documentary
making as a way to explore the hopes, fears, divisions and challenges of
6:30pm to 8:30pm, at Central St Martin’s. The Dean of Research Professor
Oriana Baddeley invites you to UAL’s Research Season 2020 Launch event: CSM’s Dr Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Co-Director Adrian Jackson, will screen their recently released film Here For Life. Followed by a panel discussion with Professor Pratap Rughani UAL (Chair), Dr Andrea Luka Zimmerman UAL, Fred Meller UAL, Adrian Jackson (Co-Director) Therese Henningsen (Co-Deviser), Errol McGlashan (Performer) & Mwiinga Twyman (Performer).
|In February and March 2020, all 6 world-renowned University of the ArtsLondon Colleges will host events exploring the theme of social justice and the arts, alongside activities reflecting the richness and diversity of ongoing research at UAL. Everyone is encouraged to get involved across the colleges.|
|From 3 – 5 pm, W224 PARC Research Centre, London College of Communication.|
We are very excited to have REF Panel Chair, Professor Anne Boddington coming to speak to LCC staff about research on January 30th. The talk will be followed by a Q&A and drinks.
Anne Boddington is the chair of the REF2021 Sub Panel for Art & DesignHistory, Practice & Theory, as well as Professor of Design Innovation and Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, Business & Innovation at Kingston University in London. She has offered to present her thoughts on research (especially practice research) and explore questions and ideas in an extended Q&A/discussion. Anne has a particular interest in academic and research leadership, the future of research in the Arts and extensive experience of the REF. Anne is in discussion with LCC’s REF Panel Chair Professor Pratap Rughani.
All staff are welcome, but of special interest to those on the research pathway or interested in joining it. Booking essential.
The Forgiveness Project founder Marina Cantacuzino, will mark the 15th anniversary of The Forgiveness Project. The Forgiveness Project collects and shares stories from both victims/survivors and perpetrators of crime and conflict who have rebuilt their lives following hurt and trauma.
The evening will be chaired by award-winning documentary filmmaker and Professor at the University of the Arts in London, Pratāp Rughani. Tuesday, 12th November 2019 at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR. Book here.
“Explore the legacy of Stanley Kubrick and his impact on design in this symposium from leading designers and theorists including Chris Baker, Howard Berry and A Clockwork Orange designer Milena Canonero.
Professor Rughani will deliver a paper and screening: Kubrick’s Lens: how fake news designs conflict Bakala Auditorium 12:00 – 13:00 Panel 5: Imaging Conflict, Chloe Dewe Matthews, chaired by Paul Goodwin.
This two-day symposium will explore the legacy of Stanley Kubrick’s films and their impact on design. Drawing on the Stanley Kubrick exhibition at the Design Museum and the Stanley Kubrick Archive at the Archives and Special Collections Centre, UAL, this symposium aims to illuminate discussions around the practices that underpin film production, extending the range of engaged disciplines beyond the screen towards the design of imagined worlds and virtual reality. “