Music

SMFA Postgraduate Presentations on Wednesday 23rd May

22 May 2018

“Attention 1” by Moyra Derby, PhD Fine Art, 2018.

 

The annual SMFA Postgraduate Presentations take place Wednesday 23rd May in the Galvanising Shop Performance Space at the campus on the Historic Dockyard Chatham.  The Postgraduate Presentations are an excellent opportunity for SMFA to celebrate the successes of our postgraduates and the contribution they make to the life, work and academic community of the School.

The day will run from 10:30am – 3pm (approx. finishing time) and includes a range of presentations from students studying Music and Fine Art MA and PhD programmes, as well as a participatory tour of one of a Fine Art Degree Show piece from one of our MA Fine Art students.

The schedule is below:

10.40     Alan Stumpenhuson-Payne
PhD Music (Research)
                  Canterbury Calling

11:00     Richard Lightman,
PhD Music and Technology
Mediating Culture from the Producers View:  Cultural Mediation between music producers.

11:30     Georgios Kyriakakis
PhD Music and Technology
Terpsichore: A Software Music Interface for People with Mental Disabilities on the Autism Spectrum

12:00     Moyra Derby
PhD Fine Art
Cross Cuts and Edits: Pictorial Attention Captured, Segmented and Dispersed

12:20     Lunch – Galvanising Shop Café

13:15     Michael Bonner
PhD Music (Research)
How To Hit Yourself On The Head With A Mallet Safely

13:45     Andrea Hepworth
MA Music (Research)
Music-evoked Autobiographical Memories (MEAMs) and the relationship to Nostalgia

13:55     Deborah Abbott
MA Fine Art
The Portrayal of Disability in Art: Brain Matters 

14:20     Olu Taiwo
MA Fine Art
Access Memories 2 – Degree Show Artwork Tour

Olu will meet the audience at 14:10 in the Galvanising Shop Performance Space and take them to his Degree Show artwork.  The tour of the piece starts at 14:20.  Please contact mfapgradmin@kent.ac.uk for information on the location of the artwork if you are intending to go there directly for 14:20.

There will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions after each presentation and a lunch will be provided for presenting students and audience members at which further discussion can take place.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to mfapgradmin@kent.ac.uk or via Facebook

 

Image credit: Attention 1 by Moyra Derby, PhD Fine Art – more about Moyra's work here https://www.kent.ac.uk/smfa/news.html?view=2695

 

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