CSAD News / WIRAD GRADE: Art and design graduate research exhibition
Art and design graduate research exhibition, Cardiff, 21–27 June 2012
Exhibition symposium, Cardiff, 25 June 2012
Call for Submissions: MPhil and PhD Research Degree Students and Recent MPhil / PhD Graduates
Submissions of art and design research practice are invited for a Wales Institute of Research in Art and Design Graduate Research exhibition (WIRAD GRADE), to be held at Cardiff School of Art and Design’s Howard Gardens Gallery, 21 – 27 June 2012. Finished works, works-in-progress, or drawings are welcome.
There will be a one-day symposium on Monday 25 June on the exhibition where researchers will be invited to talk about their work. The keynote speaker for the day will be Daro Montag, Associate Professor of Art and Environment, University College Falmouth.
To be eligible to enter, you have either to be a current art or design MPhil / PhD student or to have completed your research degree after June 2011 at one of the following WIRAD partner institutions:
Cardiff Metropolitan University
Centre for Alternative Technology
National Library of Wales
National Museum Wales
Swansea Metropolitan University
University of Wales, Newport
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
The exhibition is not a competition. The Hanging Committee, made up of WIRAD students, will endeavour to install all work submitted.
complete and submit this form from your WIRAD institution email account to CSAD research student representatives James Green email@example.com and Nigel Hallett firstname.lastname@example.org by midday Monday 4 June 2012; and
deliver all work in an exhibition-ready form, including all necessary fittings, to Howard Gardens Gallery, Cardiff Metropolitan Gallery, Cardiff, CF24 0SP between 10.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. on Monday 18 June 2012.
Inclusion in the exhibition and participation in the symposium is free. Catering will be provided at the symposium for all participants. If you would like to attend the symposium but do not wish to exhibit, please complete the form to give us an idea of numbers.