Tag: Jonathan Shaw

Disruptive Media Learning Lab Now Open


The Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL), a new innovative teaching, learning and study space, is a cross-university experimental unit comprising of academics, learning technologists, subject librarians, educational developers and researchers. The Lab is based in the heart of Coventry Uiversity’s campus in a newly refurbished space on the top floor of the Frederick Lanchester Library,…

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  We are delighted to invite you to the Book Launch and Panel Discussion on   NEWFOTOSCAPES   Tuesday 29 April 2014 – 7.00-8.30pm – The Library of Birmingham Invitation only – please RSVP by 22April to hello@grainphotographyhub.co.uk Photography has never been a more dominant and embedded part of contemporary culture than it is now.…

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‘Two Ways of Life’ Symposium and Portfolio Development Day


Image: Oscar Gustave Rejlander “Two Ways of Life” 1857 Coming up next month… Interested in exploring and discussing analogue/digital or ‘post-photography’ then you might find this event interesting? I will talking about some of the ideas and projects that I have had the privilege to work on over the past few years. This is the…

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Adobe Digital Media Education Summit 2013


Creativity and Expressiveness, Adobe Digital Media Education Summit, 13-15th October 2013, Barcelona. Jonathan is delighted to announce he will be speaking at next week’s Adobe Digital Media Education Summit in Barcelona. “The Art School: The only limit when working creatively and commercially is the limits of our imagination!” The presentation advocates for increased creativity when…

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OpenMedia Classes


Shaun Hides & Jonathan Shaw Presented at the Digital Humanities Summer School, KU Leuven, Belgium 19th September 2013 The Coventry Open Media Class project grew out of the Open Media philosophy and approach that the Department of Media at Coventry University has adopted over the last four years. It is intended to capture a series…

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