Arts and Design

Art and Design - Administration - Apr 17
A University of Birmingham expert is joining forces with British Army and the Bundeswehr to help strengthen bonds between German and British soldiers through his research into their shared entertainment history.
Art and Design - Health - Nov 15, 2018

‌A series of drawings by a Scottish artist showing powerful glimpses of death and dying will have their first public exhibition in Scotland. Glasgow-based Norman Gilbert drew a series of 15 intimate end of life portraits of his wife Pat as he kept vigil for a week at her bedside.

Art and Design - Event - Aug 2, 2018

The Getty Foundation has announced the launch of Conserving Canvas, a new initiative that aims to ensure that critical conservation skills needed to care for paintings on canvas do not disappear. Conserving Canvas will keep much-needed skills alive through a number of grants that support the conservation of paintings, workshops, seminars, training residencies, and a major symposium.

Art and Design - Life Sciences - Mar 20, 2018

The home of one of Europe's most powerful MRI scanners has also become the home of the world's first virtual artist in residence, as an autonomous computer artist takes its place amongst researchers at Cardiff University's Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC).

Art and Design - Sep 20, 2018

Existing practices and funding regimes exacerbate the structural inequalities faced by black and minority ethnic (BME) groups, a new report has found. The finding comes from a ground-breaking two-year Common Cause Research collaboration which explored how universities and BME communities* work together.

Art and Design - History - Apr 27, 2018

‌Làrach-lìn ùr is program co-cheangailte a' rannsachadh buaidh na Gàidhlig air Glaschu. A new online resource to raise awareness of the influence of Gaelic on Glasgow has been launched in association by the University of Glasgow Tha goireas ùr air-loidhne air fhoillseachadh gus mothachadh a thogail do bhuaidh na Gàidhlig air Glaschu.

Art and Design - Feb 23, 2018

Researchers have found the first major evidence that Neanderthals, rather than modern humans, created the world's oldest known cave paintings - suggesting they may have had an artistic sense similar to our own.

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