The University of Southampton
Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art Design & Media

Who we are

The Centre provides a vibrant environment for intellectual debate and creative practice with an international perspective, aided by our partner institutions, along with our work at the Winchester Gallery and the John Hansard Gallery.

The Centre's concerns focus on the political and socio-cultural problems and opportunities of globalization in art, design and media. Its fellows have a wide range of special interests related to globalization and worldwide social transformation.

Research areas

 

Members of the Winchester Centre are active in developing teaching and learning strategies at WSA. Students benefit from a wide variety of international research opportunities, including networking and project events involving internationally renowned artists (Victor Burgin, Michelle Teran, Sue Clayton, Simon Bright) and cultural theorists (Jodi Dean, Alex Galloway, Michel Bauwens, Ian Hargreaves, Lawrence Grossberg, Esther Milne, John Beck, John Phillips, Stephen Graham, Hammad Nasar).

 

Networks

Members of the Centre create and run internal and external research networks, jointly developing research programmes and related projects in fields such as

The Centre networks with:

Partners

The Centre provides a vibrant environment for intellectual debate and creative practice with an international perspective, aided by its partner institutions. WSA is proud to partner internationally with

In partnership with the directors, curators and managers of these institutes, the Centre conceives and organizes opportunities in new postgraduate courses, exhibitions and conferences, workshops and publications, and film screenings accompanied by discussions.

Publications

Members also have extensive contacts and experience in curation and publishing internationally, and share that expertise with new Centre fellows. Publication links through editorial participation include:

Activities by Centre members include:

Teaching at WSA

Exhibitions

Conferences

Seminars

Global Futures Series 

Fellows are invited to join teams preparing applications, and to use the accumulated expertise of the Centre to develop and share their own projects. The Centre allocates research funds to WSA staff who wish to develop their research portfolio [forms are linked in the sidebar.]

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