PARADE

FINE ART   |  PUBLIC ART   |  SCULPTURE   |  PERFORMING ARTS   |  FASHION   |  TEXTILE DESIGN   |  SET & EXHIBITION  |   GRAPHIC DESIGN  |   COMMUNICATION   |  JOURNALISM  |   NEW MEDIAS  |  MOVING IMAGE  |  INTERIORS   |  ARCHITECTURE   |   URBAN DESIGN &  PLANNING   |   LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE   |  SOCIOLOGY   |  HUMAN GEOGRAPHY   |   CULTURAL & COMMUNITY STUDIES  |  HEALTH  | 

     

PARADE – Publication and Research in Art, Architectures, Design and Environments:

 

PARADE is an academic programme currently run in conjunction with the non-profit research organisation AMPS. It invites artists, designers, media and communications specialists from all fields to participate in an international series of events and publications focused on each of these disciplines.

It engages in the international  consortium of universities and publishers that have engaged in previous AMPS projects since 2012. All publications and events are interdisciplinary and see the ‘built environment’ as a potential point of connection.

 

Partners thus far have included:

University College London, University of the West of England, London South Bank University, University of Liverpool, Cyprus Institute, Swinburne University, University of Abu Dhabi, Brooks Institute, Woodbury University, Liverpool John Moores University, University of Cyprus, University of Derby, University of Seville, UCL Press, Libri Publishing, Intellect Books, Vernon Press, Architecture_MPS Journal,  the Public Health Film Society, Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, Royal Institute of British Architects, Centre for Moving Image Research, the Foundation of Arts and Creative Technologies, UN Habitat University Initiative, and many more.

 

INFORMATION ON CATEGORIES:

ART  |  Fine Art – Public Art – Sculpture – Performing Arts

DESIGN  |  Fashion – Textiles – Set & Exhibition – Graphics

MEDIAS  |  Communication – Journalism – New Medias&Technologies – Moving Image – Film – TV

ARCHITECTURES  |  Interiors – Architecture – Urban Design & Planning – Landscape

HUMAN ENVIRONMENTS  |  Sociology – Human Geography – Culture & Community – Health

MORE INFORMATION ON PREVIOUS ACTIVITIES:

CONFERENCES  |  BOOKS  |  PUBLICATIONS  |  NETWORK

MORE INFORMATION ON CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

CONFERENCE  |  CURRENT JOURNAL ISSUE  |  ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS

TO PROPOSE FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

To submit a conference, journal publication or book proposal in any discipline area contact: info@architecturemps.com