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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EPIP 2018: Paper Submission Deadline Approaching

The deadline is approaching for the submission of papers to the 13th Annual European Policy for Intellectual Property association (EPIP) Conference. It will be held in Berlin, Germany, September 5th to 7th, 2018 with a special attention on IP in a data-driven economy: New challenges for law, economics and social sciences. Submission deadline: March 31st, 2018. Notification of acceptance: May 10th, 2018. Prizes will be awarded to the Best Full Paper submitted and to the Young Scholar’s Best Paper. Reduced fees will be available for PhD students. To find out more, see the full call for papers.

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EUI workshop – The Open Information Society: Where Are User Rights?

As part of his Fernand Braudel Fellowship at the European University Institute, Prof. Martin Kretschmer is contributing to a workshop at the EUI on 27 and 28 February 2018. Professor Peter Drahos is introducing the workshop “The Open Information Society: Where Are User Rights?” If, as some theories of innovation claim, innovation has become more networked, user-centred, and democratic then rules and rights favouring users (and therefore diffusers) of information should be the dominant regulatory tool. Openness should also be a pre-eminent value since it is said to aid discovery, innovation, access rights, market efficiency and ultimately the functioning of democratic societies. Is this what we find?

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New Web Resource: Copyright & Creative Reuse

CREATe is delighted to launch a digital resource with material from the Copyright & Creative Reuse event, held at BFI Southbank in London on 8th December 2017 as part of the CREATe Copyright & Innovation Network. The resource page brings together transcripts and slide presentations from speakers, who included film archivists and custodians, filmmakers and other creators. The morning and afternoon sessions were concluded by legal responses from leading copyright experts. The resource is available here: http://www.create.ac.uk/creative-reuse/  The event was a platform for a constructive dialogue between the people who preserve and provide access to existing films, and those who wish to reuse films in the creation of new work. We hope it will constitute the basis for a conversation on the opportunities … Continue reading

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