Dr Jon Pigott, CSAD Masters Research Seminar: Sound of / through / as Material – Sain/ o / trwy / fel Deunydd

CSAD Masters Research Seminar presented by Dr Jon Pigott Cardiff Metropolitan University Cardiff School of Art & Design, B Block Llandaff Campus, Western Avenue Cardiff CF5 2YB Book here Sain/ o / trwy / fel Deunydd. Bydd y sgwrs yma yn rhoi cyd-destun i ddetholiad o gelfyddyd sain trwy fframwaith arfaethedig sydd yn ymdrin â pherthynas sain a deunydd mewn tair ffordd posib: sain o … Continue reading Dr Jon Pigott, CSAD Masters Research Seminar: Sound of / through / as Material – Sain/ o / trwy / fel Deunydd

Philippa Lawrence exhibits as part of ‘Materiality: Provisional States’ at Hestercombe Gallery

CSAD staff member Philippa Lawrence is exhibiting at Hestercombe Gardens in Somerset as part of ‘Materiality: Provisional States’, which runs until 24th Feb 2019: Materiality: Provisional States Hestercombe Gallery 10th November 2018 – 24th February 2019 For the past three years artists Sarah Bennett, Megan Caver and Philippa Lawrence have been directly engaged with Hestercombe developing new site based artworks that have drawn from material … Continue reading Philippa Lawrence exhibits as part of ‘Materiality: Provisional States’ at Hestercombe Gallery

The Use of Simulated Environments for Evaluating New Product and Service Prototypes Professor Gareth Loudon

The Use of Simulated Environments for Evaluating New Product and Service Prototype / Defnyddio ffug amgylcheddau i werthuso prototeipiau cynhyrchion a gwasanaethau newydd

Prof Gareth Loudon Thursday 8 November 2018, 4.00pm, School of Art & Design Heartspace Over the last 15 years the user centred design research (UCD-R) group has developed a range of novel user-centred design tools and processes rooted in a deep understanding of consumer motivations and behaviours. The group has worked with many companies including Sony Ericsson, Samsung Design Europe, Mothercare, major pharmaceutical companies (under NDA) … Continue reading The Use of Simulated Environments for Evaluating New Product and Service Prototype / Defnyddio ffug amgylcheddau i werthuso prototeipiau cynhyrchion a gwasanaethau newydd

Prof Treadaway and the LAUGH research team nominated in National Dementia Care Awards 2018

Congratulations to Professor Cathy Treadaway and the LAUGH research team at CSAD, who have been selected for the final for the Outstanding Dementia Care Product 2018 category in the National Dementia Care Awards 2018. ‘HUG’ was nominated by staff from Llys Y Seren Pobl Gwalia Care and Support in Port Talbot. Professor Treadaway said: “We are delighted to have been nominated for this award and … Continue reading Prof Treadaway and the LAUGH research team nominated in National Dementia Care Awards 2018

Student Art Pass

Student Art Pass – a year of art for only £5

Free entry to over 240 museums and galleries (including Cardiff Castle!), and 50% off major exhibitions. Available for a limited time. From the V&A and British Museum to Cardiff Castle and Jupiter Artland, a Student Art Pass brings you access to over 240 museums, galleries and historic houses, and 50% off major exhibitions. Plus, grab a tasty refreshment or memento at a bargain price with … Continue reading Student Art Pass – a year of art for only £5

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Ingrid Murphy travels to China as Research delegate to examine definitions of ‘maker’ in Xi’an and Chengdu

Academic Lead for Transition and Boundaries at CSAD, Ingrid Murphy is travelling to Xi’an and Chengdu in China to explore maker culture in the region. Following an explosion in the number of makerspaces opening following strategic government support, Ingrid alongside fellow researcher Gemma May Latham has endeavoured to study the different approaches being taken in educational departments across the region. Read the full story on the medium.com … Continue reading Ingrid Murphy travels to China as Research delegate to examine definitions of ‘maker’ in Xi’an and Chengdu

MA Fashion Futures student featured in latest edition of I-D magazine

MA Fashion Futures student Kayleigh Hilde is featured in the latest edition of I-D MAGAZINE in an editorial piece untitled ‘FASHION’S SUSTAINABLE FUTURE’. Kayleigh’s work was selected from top graduates from universities in the UK to be interviewed by Sarah Mower, fashion critic journalist for US Vogue and the Ambassador For Emerging Talent for the British Fashion Council. Kayleigh Hilde discusses her views on the future of fashion, saying `I believe that … Continue reading MA Fashion Futures student featured in latest edition of I-D magazine