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an opportunity to work with on ground breaking research that will explore how Tate has responded to changing artistic practice in the past, and how time-based media and performance works might live in the art museum now and in the future.
working with the Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry (ICCI), established by Shanghai Jiao Tong University in partnership with the University of Southern California and administered by the Marshall School of Business at University of Southern California. ICCI is an interdi
funded PhD Opportunities in Drawing and Film at Arts University Bournemouth
awarded annually to enable postgraduate taught students undertaking a Masters’ degree to study at the University of East Anglia.
as well as being able to support and respond to the work of students on the Graduate Diploma, the successful candidate will also have the opportunity to teach from their own research by delivering lectures, workshops, seminars and crits across other programmes in the School.
providing academic leadership & operational management to the Arts academic team in line with Faculty plans & objectives. Will contribute to the provision of excellent academic practice within the Faculty by making a balanced contribution across all areas of academic activity.
seeking to appoint an archivist for its Wellcome-funded project Challenging Archives: Delivering research access, public engagement and the curatorial care of the Franko B Archive
the principal goal of this new scheme is to create synergies between the creative arts and academia and promote the College as a centre for artistic research and innovation.
to carry out research and teaching in varying aspects of the creativity, creative enterprise, and entrepreneurship, and contribute to the effective management of the School, Faculty, and wider University.
scholarships for the year 2018 / 19.
applications are invited for a fully-funded full-time studentship for an artist working in any discipline to undertake research through practice.
seeking to appoint a practitioner with both conceptual and vocational experience in photography. The ideal candidate will have relevant qualifications in photography at both under and postgraduate level, and be ready to lead an academic course of study.
The Santander Scholarship is worth £5,000, available either as a tuition fee discount or as a maintenance grant. To enable postgraduate taught students undertaking a Master’s degree paying International tuition fees from designated countries (decided annually) to attend UEA.
Philip Leverhulme Prizes recognise the achievement of outstanding researchers whose work has already won international recognition. In 2018 there are 30 prizes available across six broad subject areas, with up to 5 prizes offered for researchers in Visual and Performing Arts.