Gradcam are hosting a symposium on diagrams later this month. Free to attend, register here. Details here. The Diagrams Symposium brings together artists, architects, visual art theorists, new media designers and philosophers to discuss the diagram as an aid to data visualization. It provides a platform for international specialists on the diagram to speak about its […]
Good luck to all at the ECRF Conference at the Huston School of Film, NUI Galway. Keynote speakers: Thomas Elsaesser and Victor Burgin #ecrf2015
A 35-minute watercolour version of the Ridley Scott classic. More than 12 thousand paintings.
More information on this great event in the pdf, and updates can be found here: http://www.beckettsummerschool.com/ Free for current Trinity students.
The ISSS took place in Belfast earlier this month. If you were a participant, please send details of your paper and any personal information that you would like us to include on this site. The aim is to keep a constantly updated database of Irish screen researchers and of researchers interested in Irish film, television […]
They come in twos, just like buses. 1. The Huston School of Film and Digital Media at NUI Galway invites applications for the (part-time) post of BA Fellow in Film Studies (0.6 fte) Closing date: June 4th, 2015 Full details: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ The purpose of the post of University Fellow in Film Studies is to assist […]
The programme of events for the Irish Screen Studies Seminar 2015 is ready: Irish Screen Studies Seminar 2015 Programme (pdf) The keynote speaker is Sean Cubitt, Professor of Film and Television at Goldsmiths, University of London. His lecture title is “Nihilism, waste and a dialectics of hope” Professor Cubitt will discuss two films: Serenity (Joss […]
The Irish Research Council is open for applications to the Enterprise Partnership Scheme, which postdocs can apply for. The deadline is in June, so it’s time to get moving. More details on their site. Click here.
A recipe from David Lynch. How to make quinoa.
The new edition of Estudios Irlandeses is now available. http://www.estudiosirlandeses.org/