People & Partners

ASCUS PARTNER ORGANISATIONS

 

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Summerhall

Creative hub for the arts

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University of Edinburgh

The sixth oldest university in the English-speaking world and one of Scotland’s ancient universities. We work on various project from different Colleges and departments.

Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust

Re-connecting people with their local greenspaces

Institute of Genetics and Cancer

Centre at the University of Edinburgh that contributes to the understanding of human development, physiology and disease.

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Eczema Outreach Scotland

Helping children and young people with eczema thrive

Edinburgh Science Festival

One of Europe’s largest science festivals

Centre for Regenerative Medicine

Stem cell research centre at the University of Edinburgh

CURRENT COLLABORATORS

SCIENTISTS

Dr. Amanda Jarvis

UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, Department of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh.

 

Projects: Molecular Architectures

 

Prof. Sara Brown

Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Fellow & Clinical academic dermatologist, Institute for Genetics and Cancer, University of Edinburgh.

Projects: We Began as Part of the Body, Beyond Skin, Atopic Art

 

Dr. Elaine Emmerson

Salivary gland regeneration researcher, Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh

Projects: G-lands: An Out of Body Experience

 

Dr. Cecile Menard

Research Associate, School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh

Projects: Snow Shift

 

Prof. Richard Essery

Cryosphere-Atmosphere Interactions, School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh

 

Projects: Snow Shift

ARTISTS/CREATIVES

Emily Fong

Artist exploring life and death, embodiment and emotion.

Drawing, painting, sculpture and writing

Projects: G-lands: An Out of Body Experience

 

Beverley Hood

Director of Research/Unit REF Coordinator in Design, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh.

Live performance using technology and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Projects: We Began as Part of the Body, Beyond Skin, Atopic Art

Natalie Taylor

Artist striving to inspire self-expression, challenge thinking, and bring people together.

 

 

Victoria Evans

Contemporary artist, University of Edinburgh

Moving image, sound, embodied cognition, haptic visuality and sonicity, data sonification, kinaesthetic empathy, agential realism.

Projects: Oscillations

 

Sonia Mehra Chawla

Artist, photographer, and researcher exploring notions of selfhood, nature, ecology, sustainability and conservation.
Photography, fine art printmaking, video, installation and painting.

Projects: The Rooted Sea, Vital to Life, The Non-human Touch

 

Louise Mackenzie

Artist considering the relationship between concept and material, and exploring themes of human progress, evolution, production, and waste.

Installation, sound, sculpture, performance and film

Projects: Black Box, Thinking Through Life

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT 

Dr. Robin Morton

Science Communication Manager, Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh

Marketing, PR, online & social media, fundraising, press, public engagement and internal communications.

Projects: G-lands: An Out of Body Experience

Dee Davison

Public Engagement Manager, Institute of Genetics and Cancer, University of Edinburgh.
Internal and external communications and public engagement

PREVIOUS PARTNERS, FUNDERS & SUPPORTERS

Midlothian Science Festival

Historic Environment Scotland

Historic Environment Scotland Ranger Service

Festival of Creative Learning 2020

Student Group at the University of Edinburgh

ScotCHEM

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LifeSpace, Science Art Research Gallery

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The Number Shop

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Edinburgh Student Art Festival

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Innovative Learning Week

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Dundee Science Festival

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TEDx University of Edinburgh

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The Sick of the Fringe

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London Laser

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St James Shopping Centre

Baillie Gifford

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Beltane Public Engagement Network

 

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