Explore the possibilities of visualisation! Visual Research Exhibition
Monday, 13 June 2011
Visual Research Exhibition
Announcing a great opportunity for staff and students! Showcase your research posters, photography and artwork as part of a Visual Research Exhibition during Research Week 2011.
"We have no choice but to be drawn to images. Our brains are beautifully wired for the visual experience" Connie Malamed, Visual Language for Designers.
We are looking for visual images including photography, posters, illustrations, diagrams and artwork from individuals or teams of students and staff that visually represent some of the amazing research being undertaken at ECU. This is an exciting opportunity to promote your research within ECU and out in the community. The Visual Research Exhibition will be displayed on Mount Lawley and Joondalup campuses during Research Week (15 -19 August) and throughout the University thereafter. The exhibition will take place in the Libraries, JO Bld 1 Art Gallery and 1.2108, Research Commons, Spectrum Gallery, ML 10.307/308 and online.
What: Photography, posters, illustrations or diagrams and artwork representing research.
Who: Staff and students involved in research at ECU.
How: All submissions are to be accompanied by a write-up of up to 50 words explaining the visualisation’s relationship to the research. Images should be of reasonably high quality and resolution to allow for printing and display.
When: Send us your visualisation by Wednesday, 22 June, 2011.
Where: Email your work to Sharon Smart firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at the Research Commons (JO 10.102)
The Visual Research Exhibition will be displayed during and after Research Week to help promote research at ECU. Research Week 2011 brings staff, students, current and future researchers together to share their research, knowledge, ideas and inspiration.