Items where Author is "McLaughlin, Lea."

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McLaughlin, Lea. (2010) Using Video as a Research Tool. Making the Creative Process Visible.

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McLaughlin, Lea. (2015) ProFoundCoding: Exploring creative approaches to video practice and analysis in Special Need Schools. In: 4th International Visual Methods Conference, Brighton, 16th Sep 2015 - 18th Sep 2015.

McLaughlin, Lea. (2015) Designing for intergenerational users. In: 6th International Carers Conference - Care and caring: future proofing the new demographics, September 3rd-6th, Gothenburg, Sweden 2015.

McLaughlin, Lea. (2015) Breaking Bread: Share, Cook, Eat, Learn, a new intergenerational service connecting marginalising communities. In: 3rd European conference on Design4Health2015 Monday 13 to Thursday 16 July 2015 at Sheffield Hallam University, UK..

McLaughlin, Lea. (2014) Simple ideas & applied approaches to the research process. In: Employing Media in our Public Work, University of South Wales, 25th November, 2014.

McLaughlin, Lea. (2013) Capturing making in ceramic contemporary practice. In: , Material Matters, Symposium, Cardiff School of Art and Design, Cardiff, June 2013..

McLaughlin, Lea. (2012) The ways moving-images reveal the artistic process: a case study with the ceramic artist Philomena Pretsell. In: Material Meanings Third Biannual conference of the European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies (EAM) University of Kent, 7-9 September 2012.

McLaughlin, Lea. (2011) Beginning approaches. In: beginning approaches in creative practice, Symposium, CSAD, Cardiff Wales, November 2011..

McLaughlin, Lea. (2010) Visualising the artistic process in ceramics. In: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2010) London, UK, 5 - 7 July 2010.

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