Network Members

Key Participants

Membership of the Future Histories network has changed in the course of its existence and continues to do so as part of a self-sustaining process.

Current active membership:

Steven Ball - British Artistsí Film & Video Study Collection (University of the Arts London)
Simon Bradshaw - Foundation for Art & Technology (FACT), Liverpool
Campbell - Project Manager, LuxOnline
Mark Duguid - ScreenOnline, British Film Institute
William Fowler - Artistsí Moving Image Curator, British Film Institute/National Film & TV Archive
Lorna Hughes - Deputy Director (e-Research methods), Centre for e-Research (Kings College London), formerly of the AHRC ICT Methods Network
Julia Knight - Film & Video Distribution Database (University of Sunderland)
Nick Lambert - Computer Art Context History etc (CACHe) (Birkbeck, London)
Alison Lloyd - Head of Visual Arts & Literature, Arts Council East Midlands
Adam Lockhart - REWIND: Artistsí Video in the 70s and 80s (University of Dundee)
Barry Parsons - Capturing the Past, Preserving the Future: Digitisation of the National Review of Live Art Collection (University of Bristol)
Ali Roche - Picture This, Bristol
Peter Thomas - Film & Video Distribution Database (University of Sunderland)
Ian White - Curator and Consultant on Arts Council Legacy and Learning Initiative

Links have also been developed with:

Elaine Burrows - Arts on Film (University of Westminster)
Stuart Comer - Film Curator, Tate Modern
Amy Goring - Foundation for Art & Technology (FACT), Liverpool
Matt Heath - Bang! Short Film Festival (Nottingham)
Linda Kaye - British Universities Film & Video Council
Jo Lanyon - Picture This, Bristol
Steve Mapp - Broadway Cinema and Media Centre (Nottingham)
Stephen Partridge - REWIND: Artistsí Video in the 70s and 80s (University of Dundee)
James Patterson - Director, Media Archive for Central England (University of Leicester)
Torsten Reimer - Development Manager, Centre for e-Research (Kings College London)

Past members (who we would like to thank for their involvement and contribution):

Daisy Abbott - formerly of the Arts & Humanities Data Service (Performing Arts, University of Glasgow)
Mick Eadie - formerly of the Arts & Humanities Data Service (Visual Arts, Farnham College of Art & Design)
Jackie Hatfield * (see below)
Peter Knott - Director of Arts & Development, Arts Council East Midlands
Lucy Reynolds - formerly Content Manager, LuxOnline
Barry Smith - formerly of Capturing the Past, Preserving the Future: Digitisation of the National Review of Live Art Collection (Univeresity of Bristol)

* Dr Jackie Hatfield sadly passed away on 2 November 2007, but was a key contributor to the setting up of the Future Histories network. Jackie had worked on the REWIND project as a Research Fellow and was to have been REWINDís representative for the network. She was an energetic and esteemed colleague, and is greatly missed.