Kerry Patterson

  • Profile

    Email: Kerry.Patterson@glasgow.ac.uk
    Project Title: Digitising the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks

    Research Interests:

    • Museum And Gallery Studies
    • Archives
    • Art History

  • Biography

    I joined The University of Glasgow in November 2014, after working in the Museums and Galleries sector for ten years. My areas of interest include Modern and Contemporary Art, Fine Art Printmaking, Collections Management and Copyright. I have a History of Art degree from The University of Glasgow and a MA in Art Gallery & Museum Studies from The University of Manchester.

  • Outputs

    Publications

    Conference Presentations

    Selection is Creation: The Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks, Kerry Patterson, Material Culture in Action: Practices of making, collecting and re-enacting art and design, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, September 7th 2015
  • Related Work

    Special Collections Blog Posts:

    The Edwin Morgan Scrapbook Project

    Edwin Morgan & The Fortean Society

    Edwin Morgan & Surrealism

     

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Research Blog Series: Converging Technologies and Windowing Strategies

Gillian Doyle discusses her research on strategies for global television distribution in a multi-platform environment, for our Research Blog Series. Project Name: Converging Technologies and Windowing Strategies Investigator: Professor Gillian Doyle, CCPR, University of Glasgow What did your research aim to do? The internet and digital convergence have engendered greater competition amongst television outlets and increased risks of piracy. However, they have also extended and enriched the availability of delivery platforms for television content and introduced new opportunities for intellectual property (IP) owners to develop overseas markets and to exploit their assets more effectively. This 18-month project investigated how distribution strategies in the television industry are adjusting to the spread of digital platforms and devices. How is the transition to a digital … Continue reading

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CREATe Research Blog Series & Book

CREATe is delighted to launch a new series of reflective blog posts about CREATe-funded research projects. With our first phase wrapping up and looking towards the future, it is an appropriate time to revisit and reflect upon the range of projects in which our researchers have been involved. We hope that the series will showcase the value, legacy and impact of CREATe research as well as making our research findings relatable to the general public. The blog posts are grouped under six themes, related to our original themes, they are: Business Models GLAM Sector and Openness Creative Practice and Copyright Regulation and Enforcement Intermediaries, Platforms and Users Public Interest The posts will be compiled  as a ‘blog book’, published in … Continue reading

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CREATe Joins with Open Access Week

CREATe is joining International Open Access Week (23-27 October) with a number of events: 24 October – Director Martin Kretschmer is speaking at Untangling Academic Publishing: Launch and Discussion, an event at the University of St Andrews about the past and future of academic publishing. Find out more here. 26 October – OpenAIRE is organising a series of webinars on a variety of topics, including discipline-specific tools and workflows, the legal aspects of Open Science, and an interactive session on Research Data Management. CREATe’s Thomas Margoni will be presenting on the topic Legal aspects of Open Science, alongside Prodromos Tsiavos, Head of Digital Development at the Onassis Cultural Centre and a Senior Research Fellow at The Media Institute (TMI), London. More information can be … Continue reading

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