The BAFTSS Executive Committee is proud to unveil the shortlist for the 2019 BAFTSS Practice Awards.   The winner of each category will be announced during our conference in Birmingham 25th-27th April 2019.
Our congratulations to those shortlisted:
Audio visual and installation:
Freedom by  MacDonald and Geetha Jayaraman , Newcastle University
Surya Namaz by Deniz Soezen, University of Westminster
Documentary Film
Going Home, Garrabost Jayalakshmi,  Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University
Tokyo Pengyou by Jenny and Jamie Coates, University of Sheffield
Experimental short, experimental documentary, video essays:
China’s Van Goughs by Kiki Tianqi Yu, University of West Scotland
 The Place of Voice Over by Ian Garwood, University of Glasgow.


Capturing practice research: improving visibility and searchability

A Jisc open access community event

15 March 2019, 10:15-16:00

Venue: Hilton London Euston

This event brought together representatives from the academic and professional services communities to

  • Identify issues and challenges faced by individuals, including how to best describe and present practice-based research for; discoverability, definitions of what is an open access research output, standards and identifiers to improve efficiency and ease workload, constraints of existing solutions and potential costs of effective solutions.
  • Share examples of how these issues are currently being addressed, explored and other potential solutions.
  • Identify opportunities to work collaboratively across organisations and disciplines.

A blog report containing links to slides, recordings, discussion notes and tweets is now available on our scholarly communications blog at the following link:

Wednesday 23rd Jan 2019

PRAG-UK Town Meeting

On the 23rd January 2019, the PRAG-UK Steering Group will be hosting its third regional town event taking place at a venue in London.

With representatives from a range of Arts, Humanities and Social Science subject associations, delegates will hear from specially invited presenters the various approaches and creative ways taken to document and evidence the practice research process.  The day is aimed towards enthusing debates and discussions in light of the imminent REF 2021 Guidance on Submissions.

This will be an invitation event only via nomination through academic subject associations.

Friday 28th Sept 2018

PRAG-UK Town Meeting

We are pleased to announce the PRAG-UK Steering Group will be hosting its second regional town event in Birmingham on the 28th September.  This event will be expansive with delegates engaged in topical discussions on the recently announced REF 2021 draft guidance, and we would also like to take this opportunity to share with you plans for our recently awarded ‘Web of Arts’ scoping study funded by ResearchEngland.

This will be an invitation event only via nomination through academic subject associations.