Submissions have now opened for the LSE Research Festival 2014 Exhibition. The exhibition, which last year attracted over 600 visitors including members of the public, will showcase the research of PhD students and career researchers from LSE as well as limited numbers from UCL, SOAS and University of Cambridge. It offers an exciting opportunity to convey research through a variety of visual media.
Entries are being accepted in the following formats:
A prize will be awarded in each category, and a popular prize will be judged by visitors to the exhibition. This year, an LSE DTC prize will also be awarded, for the best entry in any category from an LSE DTC student.
This years judging panels are:
Posters: Professor Conor Gearty, Professor of Human Rights Law and Director of LSE's Institute of Public Affairs, and Susannah Rees, Associate Lecturer at London College of Communications, UAL.
Photographs: Professor Mary Morgan, Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics in LSE's Department of Economic History, and Bridget Smith, a photographer represented by the Frith Street Gallery and formally Senior Lecturer in Photography, Kingston University.
Short films: Professor Lilie Chouliaraki, Professor of Media and Communications in LSE's Department of Media and Communications, and James Dawson, a practising documentary maker working primarily on commissions for Channel 4 and the BBC.
DTC Prize: Professor Julia Black, LSE Pro-Director for Research, and Professor Linda Mulcahy, Director of the LSE DTC.
Selected film entries will also be previewed at LSE Literary Festival 2014 events. For more information see film previews at LSE Literary Festival.
Please use the menu on the left to find submission details and judging criteria for each category, and to submit your entry.
SUBMISSIONS NOW CLOSED
The deadline for submissions to the LSE Research Festival 2014 Exhibition has now passed.
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