Drawing Conversations: reflecting upon collective and collaborative drawing experiences (Dec 2015, Coventry UK)

Date: 4 December 2015 Location: The Institute for Creative Enterprise, Coventry University Technology Park, UK. Contact: Helen Gorrill De...

Date: 4 December 2015
Location: The Institute for Creative Enterprise, Coventry University Technology Park, UK.
Contact: Helen Gorrill
Deadline for submissions: 15 September 2015

Call for Papers

Symposium conveners: Jill Journeaux, Francis Lowe, Helen Gorrill, Andy Spackman.

This one-day symposium will consider the specifics and value of collective and collaborative drawing practices. The call for papers is focused on the following questions and themes:

  • What happens when we draw together? How is drawn conversation formed and understood?
  • How is the notion of the individual reshaped within a collective or collaborative drawing process?
  • The private and the public: how are issues of privacy explored through co-authorship?
  • Purpose and play
  • Real time drawing for audiences
  • Continuous drawing: physical or digital continuums
  • Drawing documents
  • Improvisation and re-interpretation.

All proposals will be peer reviewed.

Please submit a proposal of up to 750 words outlining your paper/ presentation, including up to 6 keywords and a title. Include your name and address, email address and institutional affiliation if appropriate.

Please send the proposals to Helen Gorrill at gorrillh@uni.coventry.ac.uk.

The delegate fee is £40 and will include refreshments and lunch. Booking will open on 20th September 2015 on the Coventry University Events web site http://www.coventry.ac.u#F41A65.

Please address any enquiries to Helen Gorrill at gorrillh@uni.coventry.ac.uk or j.journeaux@coventry.ac.uk.

Call for Exhibits

Exhibition curators: Kollette Super, Craig Barber and Helen Gorrill.

An exhibition of drawing to accompany the Drawing Conversations: reflecting upon collective and collaborative drawing practices symposium. This exhibition along with the symposium, will consider the nature and characteristics of a range of drawing processes, which are enacted through collaboration and collective imaging.

We are inviting proposals from practitioners in all disciplines for drawings, books, illustrations, objects and animations for inclusion in this one-day event. The selection criteria are artistic quality, originality and relevance to the themes of the symposium.

The deadline for submissions is the 15th September 2015.

Selected work will be confirmed by the 30th September.

Work selected for inclusion will need to be delivered to the "ICE" building, Attn: Helen Gorrill, Coventry University Technology Park, Parkside, CV1 2NE in an exhibition ready state by Wednesday 2nd December. Please note that artworks will be covered by insurance during the exhibition however we are not able to take responsibility for artworks whilst in transit to or from the building.

All proposals should be sent to Helen Gorrill at gorrillh@uni.coventry.ac.uk.

In your proposal please include the following:

  • Names of artist and organisational/institutional affiliation(s) if any
  • Contact email address
  • Link to online profile/website/blog
  • Short CV
  • Title of work
  • Up to 3 images of the proposed piece/recent work
  • A short statement/description of the artwork and its critical context (200 word max)
  • Media, technical specifications, space and duration requirements
  • Dimensions
  • Value of the work for insurance purposes
  • A statement indicating who hold the rights of each object/image/video proposed for the exhibition and under what conditions (if any) the artwork is being made available.

For publicity purposes include:

  • High res image of work in j.peg format
  • Short biography (max 200 words)

If you require further information please contact: Helen Gorrill on gorrillh@uni.coventry.ac.uk, or Craig Barber on c.barber@coventry.ac.uk or Kollette Super on k.super@coventry.ac.uk.



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