Find out more about a project which captured data within the research process of artists. Funded by JISC.
Curation & Culture
Find out about the latest research and projects, conducted by UAL researchers, involving curation and culture.
UAL research centres associated with accessories, footwear and jewellery include Centre for Fashion Curation and Ligatus. Read the Fashion History, Theory and Practice REF Case Study submitted to REF 2014.
You can browse UAL Research Online, the University’s Institutional Repository, for an online showcase of all research produced at University of the Arts London.
Read more about the review of cultural and arts practices in dementia care in the UK. Funded by the AHRC.
Find out more about this Festival showcasing common ground shared by fashion and film. Funded by Arts Council England, BFI, Arts & Business, Film London.
Read more about Beauty of Age which explored the effects of ‘non medical’ vs. ‘medical’ approaches to the management of skin ageing in women over 60.
Read more about the collection and classification of web content owned by the International Institute of Conservation (IIC). Funded by International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
Digitisation of the slides so far collected during the condition survey of the library of the St Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt. Funded by the Headley Trust Grant Scheme.
The overall objective of the project was the production of a bilingual glossary to describe the structure and materials of Byzantine/Greek bookbinding. Funded by the AHRC.
This project, funded by the AHRC created a network of experts from a range of institutions in the UK and across Europe, who worked together to agree on a methodology for describing bindings using a widely accepted terminology.
The MitoSys (systems biology of mitosis) project will aim to figure out how mitotic proteins function and interact with each other in a mitotic cell to generate a system that drives chromosome segregation and subsequent cell division, from a systems biology perspective. Funded by the EU 7th Framework Programme.
An AHRC funded project, which body mapped the pain and injury of dancers. The major focus is in the area of the body and dance within the field of the sociology of dance and culture, which covers theatrical dance and social dance and involves a range of theoretical and empirical studies.