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Research events are a vital part of the dynamic and thriving research environment in the School of Arts.
Oxford Brookes hosts the second Student Research Conference as part of the University's Get Published! initiative.
On Friday 21 October the School of Arts had the pleasure of being in conversation with none other than Arti Shah – who is well known for her work in: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2014) as Maz Kanata Motion Capture Double, Gonk, Gwellis Bagnoro and Creature Puppeteer. She is also known for being the on-set Rocket Racoon Performer and Stand-in for Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).
Angus Phillips was interviewed by Alison Flood from the Guardian (13 July 2016) for a piece about the number of basic plots in literature.
Those who attended the School’s Sonic Art Research Unit’s inaugural Café DIffusion event in Brookes’ Union Hall in June, enjoyed a fun evening of electroacoustic music, sonic art and conversation. The audience, sitting around bistro-style tables, were able to listen to the sound diffusion, listen closely using the headphones supplied or their own kit, or just chat amongst themselves.
Between 2012 and 2013, seventy-two residents of Rose Hill participated in The Rose Hill Art Project devised by artists brook & black (Tiffany Black, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Oxford Brookes and Leora Brook) to support community
consultation and the development of artwork to form part of the new Rose Hill Community Centre.
Ray Lee, award-winning composer and lecturer in the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University will be taking part in this year’s Winter Lights Festival at Canary Wharf, London (11-22 January).
Oxford Brookes Senior Lecturer in Publishing, Caroline Davis, was presented with the 'Outstanding Academic Title 2014'.
Dr Alexandra Wilson, Reader in Music at Oxford Brookes recently organised a study day for the general public at the Institute of Musical Research in London, entitled Popular Opera in Britain, Past and Present (28 November 2015).