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Fine Art

ART-SUBJECT-FOCUS-GROUP  
This mail list is for the Art Subject Focus Group which is a group comprising of art teachers in schools, arts organisations and University staff interested in the furtherance of collaborative arts projects and research. Members from all areas are welcome although meetings are usually held in the West Midlands.

BUISKA  
This mailing list is to support activities for the British Universities in South Korea Arts group. It is to help support collaborative activities in South Korea for this consortium of universities who specialise in Art.

CORPORATE-COLLECTIONS  
This list is used by the Corporate Collections Network to promote Best Prac= tice for Museum professionals using and promoting collections in a corporat= e environment.

CWL-RESEARCH  
Mailing list for research in the Creativeworks London AHRC Knowledge Exchange Hub.

HERITAGE-ARTS-NETWORK  
Contemporary art is increasingly being used to 'intervene' in heritage spaces. This list aims to share information and promote critical discussion around this aspect of heritage, museum and contemporary art practice.

MEG-ART-DESIGN  
This list is used for the collaboration and the sharing of good practice in the teaching, learning and assessment of art and design subjects, in the MEG (mixed economy group) colleges.

NAFAE  
The National Association for Fine Art Education (NAFAE) NAFAE is the subject association for Fine Art teaching professionals. NAFAE aims to provide an open forum for debate within this teaching sector. #NAFAE organises research and dissemination opportunities for members.

OPENARTSJOURNAL  
Announcement list and discussion forum for the Open Arts Journal

OPENSIG-LIST  
The SiG exists to explore questions about human-object interactions focusing on objects and engaging with social Practices, which involve Experiences of objects in networks of relationship.

PERFORMANCESCIENCECREATIVITY  
This list brings together scholars working in the intersection between the sciences and the arts including, but not limited to, sci-art collaborations, the use of the arts in science communication and the use of scientific methodologies in performance, film and dance studies.

POPP  
This list service is used to support dialogue, networking and collaboration between practice-as-research postgraduate students and early career researchers across the Arts and Humanities in Scotland.

PRINTSINBOOKS  
An interdisciplinary discussion list about research into book illustrations, following from the session 'Prints in Books' (sponsored by Print Quarterly) at Association of Art Historians 2017 session

SCIARTMANCHESTER  
This list will bring together the Greater Manchester community working in and around art and science collaborations. While predominantly interested in helping the university sector produce more collaboration and more work, we want to reach out to artists and the wider science sector to share opportunities, ideas, and events. If you are interested in art and science - broadly understood - then this is for you! This includes bioart, nanoart, media art, and all areas of scientific research, including the social sciences, arts and humanities. Regardless of your discipline, if you are interested in bringing art and science closer together, then please subscribe.

SCULPTURALTHINKING  
Sculptural Thinking is a mailing list which brings together research in practice and theory around the concept of sculptural thinking. This may include areas of research interest in sculptural practice, the history and theory of sculpture, curation and archiving. Themes include: sculpture and the archive, sculpture and materials, sculpture in public. The mailing list is also open to new forms and modes of sculptural thinking in research-creation.

TECHNICALTEACHING  
This group has been made to develop research into where and how Technical staff are involved in Learning and Teaching. It will discuss and develop 'best practice' encouraging a collaborative approach between academic and technical staff to deliver the best possible learning experience.

WAN  
The Walking Artists Network seeks to connect those who define themselves as walking artists, or who are interested in walking as a mode of art practice through a series of meetings and an online interface. We hope to share examples of our walking practices, and the practices that inspire; to ask how we might define walking art as a medium, and whether attempting a definition is a fruitful method for generating discussion and debate; to explore the multi-disciplinary routes to walking as an art practice. This list is for all who define themselves as walking artists, or who are interested in walking as a mode of art practice.

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