Tuesday 23, May 2017

Residencies

Atopic Art Micro-Residency | Art, Science and Introductions…

Our Atopic Art Micro-Residency started out with introductions and conversations on the train as we travelled northwards across the Firth of Forth with artists Beverley Hood and Gordon Douglas for the beginning of this new residency at Professor Sara Brown’s skin genetic research laboratory, at the University of Dundee. We navigated our way across Dundee City finally reaching our destination …

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Atopic Art Micro-Residency Artists announced

We are delighted to announce that Beverley Hood and Gordon Douglas have been appointed for our new Atopic Art Micro-Residency and commission project with Prof Sara Brown. We very much look forward to working with them both over the course of the project. You can read more about both artists here Beverley Hood Gordon Douglas

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CIIE micro-residency

Our four micro-residency artists have embarked on a three month collaborative journey with scientists from the University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Immunity, Infection and Evolution and you can keep up to date with their progress here. The artists will be preparing to exhibit their work to the general public within a group exhibition in Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh …

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CIIE micro-residency Artists announced

Mark Doyle Mark Doyle is a mixed-media artist living and working in Edinburgh. Graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 2005, he received a degree in drawing and painting, as well as a number of awards, such as the Andrew Grant Bequest and the George Jackson Hutchison Memorial Prize. Recent projects include collaborating with emerging Scottish writers and poets and …

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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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Hunting for Answers

27 April – 2 May 2014 Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, Hamnett Wing, 161 Cathedral Street, Glasgow We’re proud to present the fruits of our ASCUS Micro-Residency with the Chamberlain Lab at the University of Strathclyde. Hunting for Answers is the culmination of an ASCUS Micro-Residency of ten artists alongside a group of researchers from Strathclyde Institute of …

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Strathclyde micro-residency | Participating Artists

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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ASCUS Micro-Residency: Chamberlain Lab

February – March 2014 Chamberlain Lab, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy & Biomedical Sciences, University of Strathclyde, 161 Cathedral Street, Glasgow. ASCUS Micro-Residency at the University of Strathclyde announced: http://www.ascusmicroresidency.org.uk The ASCUS Micro-Residency will give ten artists access to research labs at the University of Strathclyde in February and March 2014. The artists selected will spend four days working closely with …

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