New survey from learning disabled co-researchers explores what we have in common
The second public survey in our ground-breaking research project to challenge what we know about learning disability is now open, and it explores what we have in common.
UAL textiles students partner with NID and traditional weavers in India
Textiles students from UAL’s Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Arts have participated in a unique co-design project with National Institute of Design (NID), co-developing sustainable projects in India.
What can designers do to respond to coronavirus?
The UAL Social Design Institute is helping to lead a design community response to coronavirus across UAL. Listed here are a set of tools and resources that support design responses to the pandemic.
Bringing fish skin to market as the sustainable new leather
Thirty two million tons of annual fish waste can be put into production as an alternative to exotic leathers, as new research sets out to show that fish leather is viable to take forward for commercial use in the fashion industry.
Open events in March for UAL Research Season
Research Season at UAL continues during March. Join us as we showcase research connecting with the topics that define our times - with a particular emphasis on social justice and the arts.
STEAM: integrating the Arts with Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths in higher education
Programme leaders from CSM's MA Art and Science are contributing to new research aligning studies of the Arts alongside STEM subjects in higher education - to unlock greater potential in thinking that drives prosperity and innovation.
Research stories archive
Call for proposals: Decolonising the Archives Research Residency Programme 2020
Decolonising the Archives is a new collaborative initiative at UAL. We are pleased to announce a joint call for proposals for a series of 9 month research residency opportunities in 2020.
Creative Lenses final project report
Creative Lenses is a four-year (2015-2019) project that seeks to make arts and cultural organisations more resilient and sustainable by improving their business models and developing their long-term strategic and innovation capacities.
Creative Lenses – SULA Conference Helsinki
Last month some of the UAL Creative Lenses team travelled to Helsinki (11-12 October) to present at the inaugural SULA conference and to run a research workshop exploring sustainability.
UAL Researcher, Dr Charley Peters has written an essay about artist and educator: Jean Spencer
Spencer’s earliest works included constructed abstract reliefs which employed mathematics as a means of generating formal relations and structures around simple geometric configurations.