An Aberdeen university is to hold its first research conference in a decade.
Gray’s School of Art will host the conference, named Space and Spatiality in Creative Practice, on Friday.
It will take place at Aberdeen Business School, on Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) campus from 10am until 4pm, and will address how public and private spaces are used for creative activities.
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There will be seven presentations from RGU lecturers across different creative disciplines at the conference, along with three guest speakers including director of Peacock Visual Arts Nuno Sacramento.
Reader and research lead at Gray’s School of Art Dr Jon Blackwood said: “Everyone attending this week’s conference will have an opportunity to shape discourse around just how we can capitalise on these spaces’ creativity, and the greater social engagement and cultural enrichment that they can bring.”