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  • Dr Catherine Baker

    Associate Professor

    Dr Catherine Baker studied Fine Art at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design followed by an MA in Drawing at Wimbledon School of Art, completing her PhD by Publication in 2012. As a practising artist and researcher, she has lectured widely and participated in a number of international drawing initiatives including...

  • Steve Bulcock

    Deputy Head of Institute of Creative Arts (Art)

    Steve Bulcock  works across a range of digital media including animation, motion graphics and digital drawing systems. He is Head of Undergraduate Studies at Birmingham School of Art. His research interests are concerned with challenging the notions and expectations people have in relation to their interactions with digital...

  • Mona Casey

    Course Leader: MA Fine Art

    Mona Casey is MA Fine Art Course Director and Birmingham School of Art International Lead. She is also module leader for the MA programme Models and Methods of Curatorial Practice. Mona was born in Ireland and currently lives in the UK, where she works as a curator, artist and researcher. Mona directs and has initiated a...

  • Christina Compton

    Technical Manager

    A creative management professional with over twelve years’ experience of working within the arts and education to a Postgraduate level. Christina’s specialism of arts management includes education, business, finance, marketing, sponsorship, events management and public relations. Working within the industry with a variety of...

  • Rebecca Court

    Course Leader BA Fine Art

    Rebecca works across a range of disciplines including performance, installation, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Her practice challenges the role and potential of the physical presence of the viewer in the exhibition space in the construction of staged participation and acknowledged/ unacknowledged co-production. She is...

  • Beth Derbyshire

    Course Leader: MA Art and Project Management

    Beth is a practising artist who has been working largely in the public realm for over 22 years.  Her practice explores the diverse nature of human presence and expression within social and historical registers. Themes have been: silence in society, conflict and collective memory, nationality and identity. Recent works have...

  • Professor Anthony Downey

    Professor of Visual Culture in the Middle East and North Africa

    Dr Anthony Downey is Professor of Visual Culture in the Middle East and North Africa (Birmingham City University), with a specific research focus on practice-based research, digital methodologies and knowledge production in visual cultures. In his capacity as Cultural and Commissioning Lead, he is a Co-investigator in a four...

  • Andrew Gillespie

    Lecturer in Fine Art

    Andrew Gillespie is a contemporary artist based in Birmingham. He is interested in the collision of surfaces, structures and materials. He regularly translates familiar imagery and objects through printmaking and casting, exploiting the shift in status and content that occurs with each gesture. He makes composed...

  • Professor Jonathan Harris

    Birmingham School of Art

    I have been working on a trilogy of books on the theme of globalization and contemporary art since 2009, published by Wiley-Blackwell USA. The first, a major sole-edited anthology, Globalization and Contemporary Art , was published in May 2011 (UK). The second, m y sole-authored book, The Utopian Globalists: Artists of...

  • Lee Hewett

    Lecturer in Fine Art and Art and Design

    Lee is an artist, designer, researcher and lecturer who works across a range of disciplines including sculpture, books/publications, photography and moving image. Lee has worked on a range of funded research projects, edited journals and also has teaching experience covering a broad range of levels and subject areas including...

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