Miss Maeve Blackman
Maeve is a doctoral research student at Durham University, England, conducting research on public art and community well-being. She has a first class honours degree in Sociology and Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths College, University of London, and a Masters degree in Sociology and Social Research Methods from Durham University. Maeve has a strong personal interest in public art and the arts in general. She has watched the growth of public art in England with great interest, and thought about what it means sociologically and as a movement for social change.
Field of Study
The Angel of the North: Public Art and Community Well-being.
Journal papers: academic
- Blackman, M (2011). Public Art Discourse: A Case Study of Gateshead, England. International Journal of the Arts in Society 6(3): 137-152.
- Cultural Studies
- Local Government
- Public Art
- Realistic Evaluation
- Visual Methods / Photo Elicitation
- 2011-2012 Seminar leader for Culture and Society
- 2012-2013 Lecturer/Seminar leader for Culture and Society