|Monocle radio's design programme Section D interviewed Dr Grace Lees-Maffei about her co-edited book, Made in Italy: Rethinking a Century of Italian Design - http://monocle.com/radio/shows/section-d/115/|
|Dr Pat Simpson initiated a project with the National Trust at Shaw's Corner, home of George Bernard Shaw - http://heritagehub.herts.ac.uk/projects/george-bernard-shaw.htm|
Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich, venue for Kerry Purcell's 2015 exhibition 'Alexey Brodovitch & Richard Avedon - Astonish Me'
|Dr Marta Rabikowska is Director of 'Edge of the City', a community short film festival - http://edgeofthecity.wix.com/filmfestival|
TVAD researchers are increasingly using online platforms to disseminate our work to a broad audience. Dr Brownie’s Guardian blog directly informs, and is informed by, her academic research into the relationship between clothes and the body, as well as the research of other TVAD members. It averages 8-10,000 views per post, with a peak of 73,000 views and has led to a number of invitations and proposals for non-academic outputs. A textual introduction and a selection of images from Lees-Maffei’s research monograph Design at Home: Domestic Advice Books in Britain and the USA since1945 (Routledge, 2014) will be featured in the AHRC Image Gallery. Lees-Maffei plans a funded exhibition of domestic advice books, and she tweets @graceleesmaffei and @JoDesignHistory. Michael Heilgemeir’s practice extends from photography to the production of an Arts Council funded magazine with a digital dimension. Dr Dr Daniel Marques Sampaio 'Image of Revolution' project will be disseminated through a blog, and the TVAD research group’s blog is at http://tvad-uh.blogspot.co.uk/.
|Photographer and TVAD researcher, Michael Heilgemeir’s magazine Misery Connoisseur, published with support from the Arts Council England - http://www.miseryconnoisseur.co.uk|
|Dr Barbara Brownie write the 'Costume and Culture' blog for the Guardian - http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/costume-and-culture|