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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CREATe Public Lecture Series Autumn 2018

Wednesday 24 October 2018 1730 – 1900 Humanities Lecture Theatre, Main Building, University of Glasgow                       A History of IP in 50 Objects, Dr. Claudy Op den Kamp, Bournemouth University For the first … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: Can creative firms thrive without copyright? Value generation and capture from private-collective innovation

A new paper in the CREATe Working paper series is now available: Can creative firms thrive without copyright? Value generation and capture from private-collective innovation by Kris Erickson. Abstract: Accounts of the ‘copyright industries’ in national reports suggest that strong intellectual … Continue reading

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UK Policy and Evidence Centre Announced

The University of Glasgow is delighted to play a central role in the work of the new UK Policy and Evidence Centre which was launched on Friday 7 September 2018. The Centre is an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded … Continue reading

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