Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art Design & Media
The Centre provides a vibrant environment for intellectual debate and creative practice with an international perspective, aided by our partner institutions. We are involved in applications for funded research in the UK and internationally. The Centre’s concerns focus on the political and socio-cultural problems and opportunities of globalization in art, design and media. Its fellows have a wide range of special interests related to globalization and worldwide social transformation.
Members of the Winchester Centre are active in developing teaching and learning strategies at WSA. Students benefit from a wide variety of international research opportunities, including networking and project events involving internationally renowned artists (Victor Burgin, Michelle Teran, Sue Clayton, Simon Bright) and cultural theorists (Jodi Dean, Alex Galloway, Michel Bauwens, Ian Hargreaves, Lawrence Grossberg, Esther Milne, John Beck, John Phillips, Stephen Graham, Hammad Nasar). More events are being scheduled for 2013.