Agata Lulkowska Interdisciplinary Arts/Practice Researcher
Senior Lecturer in Film Production at the Staffordshire University, interdisciplinary researcher, filmmaker, photographer, global coach, consultant, and a passionate traveler.
Director of the Communities and Communication Conference and Festival, Managing Editor at the International Journal of Creative Media Research, Guest Editor for Contributions to Humanities, and head of Film as Research Practica Research Group. I am also Former Artistic Director and Head of Programming for the Discovering Latin America Film Festival.
Recipient of the International Award for Excellence for The Journal of Communication and Media Studies (June 2020).
Currently appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Film Production. Welcoming practice-based PhD candidates.
I hold a practice-based (film) PhD From Birkbeck, University of London. I specialise in Arts/Practice-based research, especially in intercultural and postcolonial contexts.
I currently specialise in practice-based PhDs supervision.
I am a former lead and a coach for a global training team. I currently run an interdisciplinary conference and festival, Communities and Communication.
My most recent research focuses on the politics of visual representations among the indigenous communities of Colombia. I used collaborative filmmaking as a way to conduct my study. I also hold a Master Degree in Film and Media Studies (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland), unfinished MA in Film Direction (Silesian University, Katowice, Poland), and a First Class Honours degree in Digital Media Arts (London South Bank University).
Alongside my research work, I actively exhibit my visual work in wide international circles.
My research is very interdisciplinary, and it addresses questions of representation, otherness and intercultural communication.
I have a living and working experience from four different continents, and I am fluently multilingual.
For full research profile, please visit: https://www.staffs.ac.uk/people/agata-lulkowska