Research in Edinburgh College of Art spans across a wide area, covering the design and production of, as well as the critical inquiry into, art, design, culture, buildings, environments, media and music.
Research in architecture and landscape architecture draws on an exciting cross-section of study, including contemporary cities, environment, design, digital media, technology and history.
Edinburgh is the perfect place to study art history, with a great tradition of European and Medieval art as well as an energetic contemporary focus.
Music research covers traditional and contemporary music, theory, practice, performance, technology and composition.
Our research in Art is informed by practical and theoretical enquiries into all aspects of the creative process.
Design research encompasses a wide variety of objects, ideas and techniques.
An overview of new and recent publications, design, composition and performance projects by both staff and students.
Engagement with Industry and the public are core endeavours of our research practice.
A brief summary of recent and currently funded large and small projects, both theory and practice-based.
We are always seeking ways to increase the benefits of our research infrastructure to support researchers.
This world-renowned Institute is collaborative, interdisciplinary and innovative.
The Institute attracts staff and students from around the world who are interested in music in human and social development.
Cross-school interdisciplinary research centre for the creative arts.
OPENspace is an international research centre contributing new evidence on why inclusive access to the outdoors matters.
SDI is an internationally recognised documentary research centre at Edinburgh College of Art specialised in documentary training, production and distribution.
This article was published on Jan 18, 2013