Invitation to an Interactive Photography Exhibition Friday 28th June 2013

We are delighted to invite you to our dissemination event for the ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) research project 'Photographing Everyday Life: Ageing, Lived Experiences, Time and Space'. We would like to invite you to engage with our research findings through an Interactive Photography Exhibition and a series of talks, which will be held at Brunel University on Friday 28th June 2013 from 10am.
We have tried to design an interactive, dynamic opportunity to engage with aspects of daily life, and we hope that you will join us to give your reflections on our research findings.  The day is free to attend and includes lunch, refreshments and a drinks reception.

Speakers include: Professor Les Back (Goldsmiths College, University of London); Professor Julia Twigg (University of Kent); Professor Ian Rees Jones (Cardiff University); Dr Wendy Martin (Brunel University); Dr Katy Pilcher (Brunel University); some of the research participants; and a welcoming address from Professor Geoff Rodgers (Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Brunel University).

Venue: Council Chamber (Research Presentations) and Michael Sterling Atrium (Photographic Exhibition), Brunel University, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH.

If you only want to drop in and see the photographic exhibition, it will be available to view from 10am through until 6pm.

During the afternoon from 2 - 4 pm there will be a more informal opportunity to chat with the researchers, the key speakers, the Artist (Laura O'Malley, Arts Centre, Brunel University), the University Curator (George Mogg, Arts Centre, Brunel University), some of our participants, and members of the advisory group, who will be present at the photographic exhibition.

More information about the project and the dissemination event can be found at our website: http://sites.brunel.ac.uk/photographingdailylives

Please RSVP to Thomas Ryan (corporate.relations@brunel.ac.uk<mailto:corporate.relations@brunel.ac.uk>) if you would like to attend the research presentations. This is to ensure we have sufficient space, lunch and refreshments.

We hope to see you there!

With Best Wishes,


Dr Wendy Martin and Dr Katy Pilcher.
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