Edinburgh College of Art attaches great importance to the ethical implications of all research and practice activities carried out by its staff and students.
Working with other artists, researchers and specialists as well as industry practitioners, archives, creative organisations and the wider public Gordon Munro and Ewan Robertson began exploring the creative potential of iron in 2011 via different practice-based research projects.
ECA comprises an internationally leading multi- and interdisciplinary research environment.
The Institute for Design Informatics aims to be an agent of change, making a difference to society through computational and design thinking: improving things, bit by bit.
Music student and disabled musician, George Low, talks to us about Disability Research Edinburgh (DRE).
For Juliet, studying Design for Change at ECA prepared her for graduating amid a pandemic. Prominent themes discussed throughout the course became pertinent to everyday life, giving Juliet the confidence to find means to contribute constructively to the changes.
We find out how the scores are created by artists and musicians and what it’s like to play from them.