Welcome to
The PGR Studio

Arts, Design & Media postgraduate researcher community

About The PGR Studio

The PGR Studio facilitates a critical mass of activity and information about postgraduate research student (PGR) provision at the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media (ADM), Birmingham City University.

An introduction to
The PGR Studio

Jacqueline Taylor

Senior Lecturer in Research Practice

The PGR Studio is a creative, collaborative and practice-based space of doctoral training excellence that resonates across all academic Schools and disciplines in ADM. A studio can be an artists’ studio, a design studio, a recording studio, a rehearsal studio or a writing studio.

The PGR Studio aims to enhance the Arts, Design & Media PGR community and experience by supporting PGRs throughout their doctoral journey, as well as routes into and out of PhD study. We seek to promote generative spaces of new thinking and the cross-fertilisation of ideas through innovative professional and career development. Our workshops, training, social events and other activities are all run in partnership with our PGRs for our PGRs.

The PGR Studio Team

The PGR Studio is made up of a staff and PGR team

Our PGRs
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Meet the
PGR Studio People

Charlie Sarson

Media
Meet the
PGR Studio Team

Charlie Sarson

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The PGR Studio Team.

The PGR Studio is made up of staff and PhD student team.

Our PGRs

View our PGR’s and their profiles.
Meet the
PGR Studio Team

Charlie Sarson

Media
The PGR Studio Team.
The PGR Studio team is made up of staff and PhD students. Some more text here perhaps.
Our PGR’s
View our PGR’s and their profiles.
PGR Happenings
News, events, Twitter & Instagram feeds

Viva 60-second interview: Dr Joe Wright

Hi Joe, congratulations on passing your viva! How does it feel?! Great, and a relief! Although I enjoyed the viva in the end, it’s nice not to be waiting for it to happen anymore. What was your PhD title? The Design of Exploratory Sonic-Play Instruments With...

Upcoming Events
Activities

Workshops, training, events and support for and in partnership with our PGRs.

Inside//Out PhD Festival

Inside//Out is our mid-year festival of PhD research that takes place every January. ADM postgraduate researchers at all stages are invited to join the festival line-up and present/discuss/exhibit/perform their research ... all in 5 minutes! . The festival offers a...

Pastoral & Academic Support

Undertaking a PhD is an extremely rewarding experience, however there are inevitably times in the PhD journey that are challenging and affect both the student experience and wellbeing. These might relate to pastoral issues such as mental health, disability, financial...

PhD Mentoring

The ADM PhD Mentoring scheme facilitates interdisciplinary mentoring partnerships between PGRs at different stages of their doctoral journey and between current and completed PGRs with mutual concerns across Arts, Design & Media. It aims to ... Provide informal...

PGR Studio Conference

The PGR Studio's annual conference takes place every Summer and is an inclusive yet experimental space for our PGRs to present research in progress to peers. It also provides an opportunity for PGRs to be involved in different elements of the conference from...

Researcher Development Fund

The PGR Studio Researcher Development Fund enables Arts, Design & Media PhD students to apply for funding to organise and facilitate development initiatives. These initiatives could take the form of workshops, events, training or social activities. They should...

The Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity that recruits, trains and pays doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to deliver programmes of university-style teaching to small tutorial groups of high-performing pupils in schools that serve disadvantaged communities....

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