Monday 18, December 2017

Open Call

Atopic Art Micro-Residency | Open Call

Announcing our new ASCUS micro-residency and commission with Prof. Sara Brown, within the School of Medicine and Ninewells Hospital, Dundee. In May 2015 Sara became the first UK dermatologist to be awarded a prestigious Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship in Clinical Science. Having teamed up with Sara and charity Eczema Outreach Scotland to run our participatory workshops project with artists …

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Opportunity for Artists to Attend BNA Conference in Edinburgh

In partnership with the BNA (British Neuroscience Association), ASCUS Art & Science launches its Artists are Present initiative for BNA2015: Festival of Neuroscience celebrating it’s 50 year anniversary. Throughout the conference, members of the ASCUS team and a number of selected artists will have access* to BNA2015. We are looking for expressions of interest from artists who would like to …

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Calling all Scientists!

Announcing a new public engagement opportunity for scientists. Would you like to view your research through the eyes of an artist? ASCUS Art & Science have teamed up with The Number Shop (TNS) to develop this exciting project. Artists based at the Number Shop studios and project space, would like to connect with scientists to develop new work inspired by …

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Atopic Art: Expressions of Eczema | Call for Proposals

Application Deadline: 5pm on the 7th January 2015 Announcing our new Participatory Art Project, Atopic Art: Expressions of Eczema. This is an innovative new collaborative project between Dr. Sara Brown at University of Dundee, Eczema Outreach Scotland and ASCUS Art & Science. This is an open call for proposals from artists on the themes of: The Science of eczema and Living with …

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ASCUS CIIE Micro-Residency – Open call

Application Deadline: 5pm on the 1st December 2014 Announcing our new ASCUS micro-residency programme at the Centre for Immunity, Infection and Evolution (CIIE) located in Ashworth labs, University of Edinburgh. Scientists have made progress in understanding how pathogens cause disease, escape our immune defences and spread in populations. However pathogen evolution threatens this progress, generating drug resistance, rendering vaccines ineffective …

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Open Call to attend TippingPoint Oxford

Friday  8 August 2014, 5 pm (Application Deadline), Sunday & Monday September 21 & 22 2014 (Event Dates) Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford ASCUS has teamed up with TippingPoint and have been allocated three ASCUS places for Scottish artists to attend their next major event in Oxford. The focus this year will be energy, in the context of climate change. The artistic …

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