Each year, Creative Futures explores collaborative and creative research practices through an exhibition of work. These events allow us to showcase significant and diverse work, as well as disseminate our research findings to a wide audience. Exhibitions also act as a platform for collaborative projects with external partners.
2019 Creative Futures Gallery Show
Show and Tell: The Image in Research, 29 April – 10 May
Edward Street Gallery
With contributions from across the university, this event gave an insight into how images are used – as points of enquiry and also as ways to articulate and disseminate information. Take a sneak peek into the exhibition with Professor Francis Hodgson as he talks about a small selection of the works on display.
Want to find out more? Visit our overview of this event to discover how images and imagination play a key role in the research process and read the exhibition booklet to view all of the featured images.
2018 Creative Futures Gallery Show
Marks Make Meaning: Drawing Across Disciplines, 13-27 March
Grand Parade Gallery
For 2018, our gallery exhibition was about the use of drawing in research processes. In the film below curators Duncan Bullen (Deputy Head, Research & Enterprise for the School of Art) and Philippa Lyon (Research Leader, Drawing REG) discuss the exhibition and give an overview of some of the featured work.