Dr Minichiello is Professor Design at UoN, was previously Head of school BIAD. Academic Director Loughborough University, worked for Guardian and BBC news. Advisor to various national and international institutions.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Developing Independent Learning Styles

How to create a curriculum in art and design that encourages, values and celebrates social diversity of both outcomes and approaches ?

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Head, Heart and Hand: Narrative Drawing is the First Language of the World

'How we draw and what we draw is a fingerprint of who we are and where we are from. Before Drawing the was no Drawing.' Michael Cullen: Designer.

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The Art of Conflict Afghanistan: Things Unseen and the End of the World as we know it

My research in media war coverage juxtaposed with my reportage artwork shows new elements to third effect. Viewer visual responses to be far deeper, more complex and lasting.

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Human Rights, Diversity and Social Justice? Sure, But Only if it Sells!

The Visual Communication industry has, since the nineteen eighties, developed a strange way of defining who people are and what their life aspirations might be.

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Animation Workshops: eLearning for Animation Studies

The development of a pioneering online animation package designed to engage university students and young industry professionals in a virtual environment.

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The Art of Conflict: Making Art About Ourselves

In 2001 I produced drawn reportage war art for the conflict in Afghanistan. This paper and workshop examines the challenges encountered in this process.

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The Changing Faces of Typographic Fonts

This paper explores the role of typographic design and its employment. It draws reference on the prophetic theories of Marshall McLuhan’s, timeline of media evolution

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Drawing as a Means of Stimulating Memory and Aiding Recovery

Drawing is used as the vital visual stimuli in triggering memory, prompting learning and assisting recovery after traumatic events, and visualising and representing verbal histories.

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