Media Culture and Practice

Digital Cultures Research Centre and Media Culture & Practice

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The Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC) conducts world-leading research into contemporary techno-cultures, studying the application, practices and politics of emerging media technologies. A number of Media Culture & Practice staff are DCRC researchers and they apply their research directly to their teaching. 

The unique character of both Media Culture & Practice and DCRC is their mix of criticality, creativity and application.

The DCRC is a partner in the West of England’s leading media innovation lab, the Pervasive Media Studio. The Studio is a unique environment where designers, artists, and engineers share expertise to produce new experiences for media audiences. The Studio develops location based applications, new forms of performance and narrative, games and new forms of projection. DCRC researchers work in the open innovation Studio space, sharing projects and ideas well as supporting the work of the Studio through Knowledge Transfer projects. From 2012, the DCRC & Pervasive Media Studio will host REACT (Research and Enterprise in Arts and Creative Technologies), one of the AHRC’s four national Knowledge Exchange hubs.

recognition for Media Culture & Practice teaching

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Three Media Culture & Practice lecturers have been awarded UWE Learning and Teaching Fellowships. The UWE Learning and Teaching Fellowship Scheme recognises, celebrates and supports staff who are making a significant, demonstrable and continuing contribution to the enhancement of student learning.

They are Kate Brooks, Michelle Henning, and Seth Giddings