CoRA is an interdisciplinary research centre that provides a context for the outstanding research practices in the arts. It includes work from art and design, communication, media and culture, digital media, film, music, photography and publishing. CoRA was launched in September 2020 and is based at the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University.
The Centre brings together practice, archival, digital and cultural research. It provides a dynamic environment to foster and support the vibrant and successful research culture through the interdisciplinary framework of arts and humanities at Oxford Brookes University.
CoRA hosts an exciting annual programme of events, which includes conferences and research seminars, workshops, exhibitions and community projects. The Centre also acts as a base for the extensive research being done by CoRA scholars (more about that work is available below). CoRA acts as an umbrella for the activities of existing research groups on opera, audience studies, fine art, print culture, popular music, sonic art and film.
On the 22nd of November 2022, Daniela Treveri Gennari will be presenting her new platform “Cinema Histories” (developed in collaboration with The Digital Humanities Institute
Matt Parker has a new publication with Heliotrope Journal introducing concepts and spaces of his current research project Field Working From Home. https://www.heliotropejournal.net/helio/fieldworking-from-home
Alexandra Wilson has had an essay on Puccini’s La boheme published in the Glyndebourne Tour programme. This is a different essay from the one she
SoA is hosting a residency of the Japanese artist and photographer Hayahisa Tomiyasu, who will be at Oxford Brookes between 20-25 October. The residency is organised by
School of Arts at the Oxford Brookes University is hosting an award- winning Japanese artist and photographer Hayahisa Tomiyasu this autumn as part of a
Magdalena Zdrodowsk The transition to sound cut off from mainstream cinema culture both deaf viewers and deaf actors. Large parts of the narrative necessary to