Research in Edinburgh College of Art has attracted funding and support from many sources over recent years, including large grants from the Scottish Funding Council, AHRC, Leverhulme Trust, and EU Framework Programmes.
Please note that following the Merger between the Edinburgh College of Art and the University of Edinburgh, this page is currently under construction to include other and new projects.
The following list provides further information about some of these projects.
Supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the University of Edinburgh with a Digital Transformations Research Development grant. It is a project run by an interdisciplinary team across Edinburgh College of Art, the Moray House School of Education and the School of Informatics.
Dr Alain George, History of Art, has been awarded a prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize from the Leverhulme Trust, in recognition of his work in the field of Islamic Art. The award of £70,000, to start in summer 2011, will support Alain in his ongoing research.
Scottish Funding Council - Richard Coyne (Co-I, Lead applicant Abertay University) September 2010 for 3 years, total awarded £1,190,584
Paul Mellon Senior Fellowship - Martin Hammer September 2010 for 1 year, total awarded £30,000
Leverhulme International Network grant - Richard Thomson April 2010 for 3 years, total awarded £123,755
Scottish Arts Council and The Robertson Trust- Dee Isaacs £7,000 and £5,000 towards ongoing project
AHRC Early Career Fellowship - Alex Bremner September 2010 £63,674 for 9 months
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award - Martin Hammer October 2010 for 3 years, £50,040
Europe Framework Programme 7 - Katie Overy, Institute of Music and Social October 2010 for 3 years, total awarded 2,341,796 Euros, IMHSD allocation 219,522 Euros
July 2009 for 2 years, £70,000
Comenius project - Katie Overy October 2009 for 3 years, total awarded 295,000 Euros, IMHSD allocation 50,880 Euros
European Social Fund project - John Brennan (Glasgow Caledonian lead) September 2009 for 3 years, £40,580.
The Adam Mickiewicz Institute, CRCEES Glasgow, KT ERI, M.Mackay, POLSKA!YEAR, Herder-Institut Marburg, Lighthouse Glasgow - Ella Chmielewska Exhibition took place June 11- 13 2009, total approx £20,000
CEBE Innovation Learning and Teaching grant - Suzanne Ewing January 2009 for 1 year £6,000
AHRC Beyond Text Network - Annette Davison January 2009 for 2 years, Royal Holloway University Leading, total awarded £59,889
AHRC grant - Noel O’Regan January 2009 for 2 years, total awarded £42,549
Scottish Arts Council - Martin Parker November 2008, total awarded £15,000
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award - John Lowrey October 2008 for 3 years, total awarded £55,020
AHRC grant - Simon Frith, Martin Cloonan of Glasgow University April 2008 for 3 years, total awarded £308,213
AHRC grant - Stephen Cairns, March 2008 for 3 years, total awarded £214,628
This article was published on Mar 7, 2012