Dr Daniel Hinchcliffe is a curator, artist and writer. He was previously Programme Leader on the MA Art and Design: Interdisciplinary Practices course at Birmingham School of Art, Birmingham City University where he also taught on the BA (Hons) Art and Design (until 2017). He co-edited the book, Speculative Strategies in Interdisciplinary Arts Practice (Underwing Press, 2014) with Jane Calow and Laura Mansfield. There was a seminar launching the book in November 2014 at Birmingham School of Art (BCU). For more information on the book click hereAs Head of Visual Arts at the Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts (ICIA) University of Bath, Daniel curated exhibitions, interdisciplinary residencies and projects with artists including Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Bobby Baker, Ingrid Pollard, Stephen Gill, Wendy McMurdo, Chila Kumari Burman, Ruth Maclennan, Uriel Orlow, Anne Tallentire and Janek Schaefer.  During this time he curated and expanded the University of Bath art collection. Daniel has also worked in numerous situations as an artist in public and community contexts. He has devised, organised and chaired many international symposia, conferences and talks.  Daniel co-edited, Advances in Art and Urban Futures Volume 2: Recoveries and Reclamations  (Bristol, Intellect Books, 2002).  He has also written for the journal Mortality (Routledge). He taught for six years on the BA (Hons) Fine Art as Social Practice course at the University of Wolverhampton. His PhD was concerned with public art commissioning as part of urban regeneration.