How Design Informatics students have contributed to knowledge exchange on social isolation.
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Join Professor Remo Pedreschi, Programme Director, for a live chat about the MSc Material Practice programme.
Peter Sloan wins in the "Work in Relief" category for his work "Immense World of Delight".
folkstudio, a design agency run by ECA students, hosts a variety of workshops on the theme of evolution.
Third years display their work and run Q&A workshop with second years
How people with visual impairments have responded to a research-led exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.
CCCF is a festival of events organised by the University of Edinburgh Careers Service taking place from 2nd - 6th March 2015.
THIS IS SCOTLAND films produced by ECA’s documentary research centre aired during prime-time slots.
Lewis Firth Bolton (Animation – BA (Hons)) wins a 2014 Student Television Award
Students invited to BBC Scotland in Glasgow for the awards ceremony.