27th February, Dundee Contemporary Art
For the first time in Scotland Alfredo Cramerotti will present some key concepts of Aesthetic Journalism published by Intellect in 2009.
The cinematic circus is coming to town
13 March 2014 | Motion Bristol
From a German twonship back in the early 1900s, a magical circus has travelled the crooked streets of time to present to you its curious wares...
Whispered about across the decades, re-imagines inside the madhouses of Europe, dreamed in the night-visions of sleepwalkers...
The Caligari Experience promises to be a dazzling, immersive event drawing on some of the most cutting edge practice in movement & aerial performance, digital art, and sound to be found in UK today.
Prepare yourself for a multi-screen extravaganza, with 3D Projection Mapping
by Limbic Cinema & Live Film Score by Minima.
Visit the website for more information http://bit.ly/1glFvnV
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the film's role in creating a culture of the midnight movie, audience participation, and the cult film circuit
influence of developing the pastiche tribute film (for its homage to B-Grade Sci Fi, Hammer horror, early 20th century musicals, pulp, comics, etc.)
glam rock aesthetics/drag style
language and linguistics explorations pertaining to the creative use of dialogue and audience call and response during the film
diverse aspects of fan art, fan tributes, and fan culture
economics of fan culture, including creation of low budget cult classic and/or how a cult subject becomes a franchise (sequels, stage revivals, etc.)
Abstracts should be 300 words long. Please include a CV or resume with your abstract. Abstracts due March 3, 2014. Final chapters of 3,000-3,500 words will be due July 15, 2014. Please direct all questions and submissions to editor Marisa Hayes: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for papers: Deadline: Friday, April 25th, 2014
Call for papers: Deadline: Friday, April 25th, 2014
Individual paper and panel contributions are welcomed for the third annual international conference of the European Popular Culture Association (EPCA), to be held at the University of the Arts, London UK (272 HIGH HOLBORN, London WC1) from July 29th – 31st 2014.
EUPOP 2014 will explore European popular culture in all its various forms. This could include European Film (past and present), Television, Music, Celebrity, The Body, Fashion, New Media, Comics and Popular Literature, Sport, Heritage, and Curation. The special streams will include themes such as Violence (Horror), Commodification of Popular Culture, Sport, Spirituality(the Occult), Nationalism and its Ideological Forms, Paganism (Celtic Studies, Nordic Mythologies), and Technology. The closing date for this call is April 25th, 2014. There will be opportunities for networking, publishing, and developing caucus groups within the EPCA. Presenters at EUPOP 2014 will be encouraged to develop their papers for publication in a number of Intellect journals, including the EPCA’s Journal of European Popular Culture. Journal editors will be working closely with strand convenors – a full list of Intellect journals is available at: www.intellectbooks.com
Papers and Complete Panels for all strands will be subject to peer review. Proposals for individual presentations must not exceed 20 minutes in length, and those for panels – not more than 90 minutes. In the latter case, please provide a short description of the panel along with individual abstracts. Poster presentations and video projections are also warmly welcomed.
Proposals comprising a 300 word abstract, your full name, affiliation, and contact details (as a Word-file attachment, not a PDF should be submitted to Pamela Church Gibson (email@example.com - the same address is available for general administra-tive queries) until March 28, 2014. Receipt of proposals will be acknowledged via e-mail.
The conference draft program will be announced at the end of May, 2014, along with the conference registration and accommodation details. Keynote speakers: Information will be posted shortly. The European Popular Culture Association (EPCA) promotes the study of popular culture from, in, and about Europe. Popular culture involves a wide range of activities, material forms and audiences. EPCA aims to examine and discuss these different aspects as they relate both to Europe and to Europeans across the globe, whether contemporary or historical.
EPCA President, Pamela Church Gibson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal of European Popular Culture editor, Graeme Harper, email@example.com
PCA-Finland Director, Adjunct Professor Kari Kallioniemi, firstname.lastname@example.org
IIPC Coordinator Kimi Kärki, email@example.com
www.intellectbooks.co.uk/books/view-Book,id=5012/Each month one of Intellect's latest books is selected to be the 'Book of the Month' with a healthy 25% discount to go with it.
Looking for Marshall McLuhan in Afghanistan reveals the face of war through the extensions of man, particularly through the use of photography and social media. The book contains a host of photographs from the award-winning photographer Rita Leistner.
To take advantage of this offer please visit visit University of Chicago Press (enter the code AD1053 to receive the discount). Offer valid till the end of February 2014.
A blog post by Ed Winkleman
"I'm constantly still amazed at how much of how the art world truly works remains a mystery to so many people who wish to participate in it. Perhaps that's the same for most creative industries, but I feel I have a stronger sense of what it takes to break into show business or professional sports or other fields I'm not at all involved in than many young artists or wanna-be art dealers have about how the commercial gallery system operates."
Our new line of stationery and gift products reflect our company ethos of 'original thinking' - bringing together our passion for design, inspiration ideas and a bit of fun. From handy notebooks to tote bags and t-shirts, the growing range of products will aim to bring some colour to your desk and nourishment to your mind.
To celebrate, we're giving away a set of our very first gift item - a set of three Questions/Ideas/Doodles notebooks, perfect for jotting down those precious moments of inspiration. Each notebook is coulour coded and all come with an inspirational quote or saying on the back cover highlighting the importance of incorporating 'Questions', 'Ideas' and 'Doodles' into your everyday life.
For your chance to win, simply tell us which famous wild haired physicist was quoted as saying:
"Creativity is contagious, pass it on"
Send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 22nd January.
Get your book published, and £500 to spend!
Intellect is proud to announce its emerging scholars competition.
In an ongoing commitment to support new scholars in all aspects of fashion academia,
Intellect will publish a book of best research by one talented emerging scholar.
Intellect is an independent academic publisher in the fields of creative practice and popular culture,
producing scholarly books and journals that exemplify a mission as publishers of original thinking.
Alongside having their work published with this prestigious press, the winner will also receive £500 to be used towards conference travel and attendance.
The judges will be looking for proposals which demonstrate the following:
· Original material, not previously published
· Provides a significant contribution to fashion scholarship
· Compliments Intellect's dedication to new and emerging scholarship
· Interdisciplinary focus welcome
A decision will be made by our experienced panel of fashion scholars, Susan Kaiser (University of California), Andy Reilly (University of Hawai`i, Manoa), Efrat Tseëlon (University of Leeds) and May Yao Intellect’s Production Director.
The competition is open to all previously unpublished fashion scholars.
To enter, simply fill in an author questionnaire, send a sample chapter and your current CV to: email@example.com
Closing date for all entries is 15 April 2014 | www.intellectbooks.com
‘Work that body: Distinguishing an authentic middle-aged gay self’ Paul Simpson
Based on interviews with gay men living in Manchester and observation sessions in its ‘gay village’, this article examines what midlife gay men’s body management practices say about the construction of ageing and the discourse of ageism in local gay culture.
Paul Simpson’s new article has been published Open Access in Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty 4.1 & 2. To view and download the article click here.