Join Programme Director, Kirsten Lloyd, for an insight into our exciting new MSc by Research in Collections and Curating Practices, followed by an opportunity to ask questions.
Drawing on resources and expertise from across the University and city, you will have the opportunity to combine research-focused study with immersion in live projects realised in partnership with leading arts, science and heritage organisations.
As a student, you will join a strong, supportive academic and professional community while pursuing your own specialist research topic. This does not need to address issues concerning curatorship as the flexible format of the programme has been designed to support a range of interests, from the visual cultures of the Islamic world and decorative artefacts from Northern Europe in the Middle Ages, right through to early photography and contemporary art.
Collections and Curating Practices is delivered in partnership with National Museums Scotland, the National Library of Scotland, the National Galleries of Scotland, Talbot Rice Gallery, The Fruitmarket Gallery, and the University of Edinburgh's own Special Collections.
The session will be delivered using Blackboard Ultra. You will be able to participate in the session and ask questions via text chat or speak to us directly. To book your place, please register through Eventbrite.
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