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Event Generator

An opportunity to do a small, funded, collaborative project.  Would you like to work with other research degree students on a small project?  This could be a piece of research, a publication, an event, an exhibition and so on. The PARC NW event generator is an annual event at MIRIAD. Research students from across the membership of the NW Practice as Research Consortium (PARC NW) are invited to come and devise potential collaborative research projects.  Past sessions have resulted in, for instance, the exhibition and publishing project ‘Lost and Found’: http://news.miriadonline.info/lost-and-found/ Funding is available for projects which are conceived at the ...

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Exhibit work in the Righton cabinets

All postgraduates are invited to exhibit their work in the cabinets (which are secure) and other available spaces in Righton Main space and the PGR spaces In Cavendish. There will be a note book diary in the main space in Righton from the beginning of March 2015 where you can book yourself in. Myna Trustram holds the key to the cabinets which can be used singly or all three according to availability. we would encourage you to exhibit a small example of your work and enliven the MIRIAD spaces. Please contact Alice Kettle for queries: a.kettle@mmu.ac.uk

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North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership is on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/pages/North-West-Consortium-Doctoral-Training-Partnership/1481522052133607?fref=nf The North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP) funds students of the Arts and Humanities in their research via the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). The NWCDTP brings together Keele University, The University of Lancaster, The University of Liverpool, The University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, The Royal Northern College of Music and The University of Salford to provide postgraduate supervision, skills and development training. The Consortium also links students from these institutions with eight cultural/industrial partners across the North West: BBC, FACT, Home (Cornerhouse), TATE Liverpool, Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archives, MOSI, Future Everything and Opera North. ...

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