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Programme of Events:
'New Ways to use Print Technology ...On Fabric'

University of Ulster, Belast, Northern Ireland

19 - 22 Oct 2008

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Key note speakers:
Hitoshi Ujiie (Hitoshi Ujiie Design, Philadelphia University) 'Beyond Digital Matrix: Inkjet Textile printing Status Report' Abstract
Alastair MacLeod (Hand and Lock) 'Hand & Lock' Abstract

Richard Ashworth (Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC))  'Can You Believe Your Eyes?' Abstract
Janet Best (Colour Specialist)  'An Introduction to Colour Psychology & Retail’  Abstract
JR Campbell (Research Fellow/Centre Coordinator, Centre for Advanced Textiles, Glasgow School of Art)  'Colour Quality, Flexibility and Authenticity: The True Values in Digital Textile Printing' Abstract
Sharon Conway, Helen Shiels and Cathal Breen (Lecturer in Diagnostic Radiography, Lecturer of Diagnostic Radiography, Lecturer of Clinical Physiology respectively) 'Medical Imaging: From Greyscale to Reality' Abstract
Andy Crangle (Research Associate, INTERFACE) Melt Colouration of Polyolefin Fibres and Yarns (Production methods to ensure colour uniformity) Abstract
Gabrielle Finn (University of Durham)  'The Colour of Your Inside' Abstract
Raymond Henshaw (Artist) Primary Colours Series  Abstract
Professor Clare Johnston (Head of Textiles, Royal College of Art, :Innovation RCA Business Fellow) 'Colour Consultancy’ Abstract
Depak Kaushal (Designer) 'Colour, Light and Wellbeing' Abstract
David Lewis  (University of Leeds) 'Some New Possibilities In Textile Colouration’ Abstract
Lauren Moriarty (Loughborough University) 'Colour and Product' Abstract
Derek Poole Tribal Colour Abstract
Marilyn Sturgeon (Director, NCS Colour Centre) ‘NCS Colour System : How we see, analyse and communicate colour’ Abstract
Caroline Till (Senior Visual Analyst at The Future Laboratory)  The Future Laboratory Abstract

Practical Workshops:
Helen O’Hare  Colour and Fibre Workshop  Abstract

Exhibition : Ormeau Baths Gallery
Patricia Belford and Aoife Ludlow (Senior Research fellow, INTERFACE, Textile designer, respectively) ‘Wonderland’ Abstract

University of Ulster
Belfast campus
York Street
BT15 1ED

The Belfast campus on York Street is part of the city’s vibrant Cathedral Quarter. Recognised as the historic heart of Belfast the Cathedral Quarter is the city’s up and coming cultural hotspot. The area is richly endowed with historical, political and artistic character. The area is part of a dynamic arts scene and the campus plays host to a number of annual festivals including the Ulster Festival of Art and Design.

The campus is made up of two separate buildings which are connected via a suspended walkway above York Street. Following a major £30 million refurbishment and redevelopment programme students and visitors have access to excellent purpose-built design space, studios for recording and editing live and off-air television, sound recording, mixing and animation, teaching and exhibition areas as well as a new Learning Resource Centre (LRC).

Social & Cultural events:
Visit to the Giants Causeway Coastline