Miriam Walsh

Ethnograms micro-residency kicks off

We’re pleased to be working in partnership with Anthropologists from the University of Edinburgh to deliver the Ethnograms micro-residency, leading to a £5,000 artists commission.

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Ethnograms: Last chance to apply!

ethnograms

Ethnograms:  A micro-residency for artists, designers, programmers an anthropologists Date: 21st – 23rd May Location: Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh Deadline for applications: Tuesday 6th May We’re pleased to be working in partnership with Anthropologists from the University of Edinburgh to deliver the Ethnograms micro-residency, leading to a £5,000 artists commission. We welcome applications from artists, designers and programmers to participate in the …

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Hunting for Answers exhibition

Hunting for Answers exhibition at Strathclyde Engage Week took place on Wed 30th April – Fri 2nd May 2014, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm at the John Arbuthnott Building, Hamnett Wing, University of Strathclyde, Cathedral Street, Glasgow See how it went here Our Hunting for Answers exhibition from the ASCUS Micro-Residency with the Chamberlain Lab is part of the Strathclyde Science Special at …

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Strathclyde Micro-Residency

The Chamberlain group micro-residency gave ten artists access to research labs at the University of Strathclyde in February and March 2014. The artists selected spent four days working closely with research scientists and learning about their work on Huntington’s Disease by observing and recreating experiments in the lab. The art work created as part of the residency culminating in a …

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Artiscience Library

ASCUS is delighted to offer access to the Artisceience Library at Summerhall. This library contains around 25,000 books on art and science. The library, collated by Colin Sanderson, is available as a reading room and for research and residency work. If you are interested in accessing the library please see details below. If you have ideas for working in or …

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