1981 – B.A. (Hons.)Fine Art – Maidstone College of Art
1984 – M.A. Printmaking – Royal College of Art
1995 – Specialism: Directing – The National Film & Television School
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Inga Burrows is a Senior Lecturer in Film, in the Faculty of Creative Industries, University of South Wales. She is a practicing artist/filmmaker, she specializes in teaching development and directing for fiction and documentary production years 1-3.
Before taking up a full-time post at University of South Wales (Glamorgan) I lectured in Media Production at University of Central Lancashire.
Prior to working in Higher Education Inga developed her studio practice as an animator-live action filmmaker, alongside working as a community artist.
• 2016- Snr. Lecturer BA Film (specialism: directing)
• 2013- Link Officer Foundation Degree Film (Cardiff and Vale College, Bridgend College, Merthyr College)
• 2013- 2016 Course Leader Film and Video
• 2006-2011 Course Leader MA Moving Image
• 2009-2010 Theater & Media Drama Research Unit Steering Committee
Stairwell by Dawn Woolley, Vis-à-Vis Exhibition Catalogue, Burrows, I & Dalgleish P., 2018
Out of sight: inclusion, public artmaking and catadioptric collaboration on Cardiff Bay Barrage
Entwistle, A., Burrows, I. & Carroll, F. 3 Jul 2017 (Submitted) In : Disability Studies Quarterly. 2018, Blindness Arts, 19p
Affect and Dialogue in Collaborative Cross- Disciplinary Research: Developing Interactive Public Art on Cardiff Bay Barrage, Entwistle, A., Burrows, I., Carroll, F., Thomas, N., Ware, M. & Loudon, G. 20 Dec 2017 In : Open Cultural Studies. 1, 1, p. 576-590
Smart City Patterns: Creating environmental stylesheets to template ‘inclusivity’ on Cardiff Bay Barrage
Entwistle, A., Carroll, F., Burrows, I., Thomas, N., Ware, J. & Loudon, G. 19 Mar 2018 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Technology in Society (ISTAS) Proceedings . Cunningham, P. & Cunningham, M. (eds.). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 6 p.
Burrows, I, Offset multi-media installation, G39 Galley, Cardiff (October, 2014)
Burrows, I, Deviant Chores photomediationsmachine.net/2014/02/15/deviant-chores/
Burrows, I, with Steve Blandford (2013) ’Creative Encounters across the Counter: Reflections on an
Artist’s Residency in Cardiff Market Hall’, I Burrows,pp. 89-104.Cyfrwng 10 (2013) ISBN 1742-9234
Burrows, I. (2012) ‘Folk Glance’ and ‘Veil Trance’: 2 video works made in collaboration with the stallholders
in Cardiff Market Hall, http://jmpscreenworks.com/?pid=vol3
Burrows, I. (2011) ‘Lively hood’:multi-media installation, Old Library, Cardiff
Burrows, I & Dr. Krebs, K (2009) ’From Memories to Monuments: Artist as Translator’,
International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp.297-306.
Burrows, I, & Dr. Krebs, (2007) ‘Orienting voices in memories and spaces – Well I Never….?,
Journal of Media Practice, 8:1 Intellect Press: Bristol,ISSN14682753
Deputy Chair MeCCSA Practice Network
2018 External Examiner, Queens University, Belfast
2017- present External Examiner MA Filmmaking University of East London
2015-2016 Roehampton University
2004-2007 Trinity College, Carmarthen
Examples of recent consultancy:
Vale Film Festival (2019)
Rubicon Dance, Cardiff- dance film production (2016)
Strategic Insight Partnership, Cardiff Harbour Authority
RNIB Artist Residency (2014)
2011-2017 Board Member Bombastic Dance and New Media Theatre Company
First person filmmaking, identity and place, participatory visual arts practice, feminist aesthetics, work and play.
I am currently working on an autobiographical hybrid feature production entitled My Finest Hour and a Half. This 90-minute film weaves dramatic re-enactment, documentary, animation and archival material from past projects, in performative self-reflective investigation into identity formation.
I am co-investigator on an interdisciplinary art-design project located in Cardiff Bay Barrage -Flathom Island, Wales. The project is led by information technology expert Dr Fiona Carroll ( Cardiff Metropolitan University) alongside literary theorist Dr Alice Entwistle (USW).
2017 ‘Woolf Weather Vane’ co-designed with Alice Entwistle, commissioned by Cardiff Harbour Authority.
2014 REF submission
2014 National Eistedfodd
2014 Offset Exhibition, G39 Gallery, Cardiff
2014 Artist-in-Residence BBC Roath Lock Studios, Cardiff Bay, funded by Arts Council Wales
2014 RNIB Cymru artist-in-residence in collaboration with writer Dr. Alice Entwistle
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