International Guitar Research Centre Launch

international-guitar-research-centreA nice vid about the new launch of the International Guitar Research Centre (IGRC), School of Arts, University of Surrey.

Director – Prof Steve Goss
Deputy Director – Dr Milton Mermikides
Honorary President – John Williams

In March 2014, guitar researchers and performers from all over the world came to the launch of the International Guitar Research Centre at the University of Surrey, UK. Guests included John Williams, Xuefei Yang, and Newton Faulkner.


Video Link & Text Source: http://youtu.be/8_0h3W-ymUE

Things to look out for from the IGRC:

  • the hosting of regular research events
  • co-hosting events with the IGF at London’s South Bank and King’s Place
  • developing an online database of guitar research
  • building an online network of current guitar researchers and research projects
  • increasing the number of affiliated institutions and industry partnerships
  • providing an online peer reviewed publishing platform for guitar research in conjunction with the International Guitar Research Archive in Los Angeles
  • applications for funded research projects
  • applications for funded research degree studentships through the AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) block grant scheme or through the Faculty of Arts and Humanities studentship competition

List via: International Guitar Research Centre

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