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ACADEmy Research Collaborations

Partner Name
Type of Collaboration
Objectives of Collaboration

Aviles Municipal Foundation for Culture (Spain), Maribor Cemetery (Slovenia), Genoa Municipality (Italy), Dundee & Angus College (UK) and Communaute de Communes du Nebbiu (France)

Creative Europe project.

Objectives are to create awareness of the cultural value of cemeteries, to increase accessibility through artist-led projects and to communicate these to European partners. 

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, Glasgow School of Art and Design, Glasgow, Goldsmiths University, London, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design, Prague, the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Belfast School of Art, Willem de Kooning Academie Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Rotterdam, HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Maastricht , AKV|St.Joost, 's-Hertogenbosch , AKV|St.Joost, Breda, St Lucas University College of Art and Design Antwerp, LUCA School of Arts Sint-Lucas Beeldende Kunsten, Brussels and LUCA School of Arts Sint-Lucas Beeldende Kunsten, Ghent.

Leerling/Meester project (Pupil/Master Project). Pilot project for European network of art colleges

To create a network for emerging artists across Europe

Limerick City Gallery of Art

The Shinnors Curatorial Scholarship MA / PhD by Research LSAD with inbuilt internship at Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA).

This Scholarship provides the opportunity to investigate through blended models of theoretical and empirical research culminating in a public event or exhibition within the gallery context.

VISUAL – Centre for Contemporary Art & the George Bernard Shaw Theatre, Carlow

MA Scholarship in Curatorial Studies at the VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art and LSAD.

Employing same blended learning framework as Shinnors VISUAL/LSAD provides the opportunity to research within a contemporary gallery context.

Eva International – artist-centred biennial of visual art in the city of Limerick, Ireland

MA Scholarship in Curatorial Studies at Eva International and LSAD.

Employing same blended learning framework as Shinnors Eva/LSAD provides the opportunity to research within a contemporary curatorial and exhibition context.

Limerick City of Culture 2014

10 MA scholarships in relation to Limerick City of Culture

These MA programmes range from research into cultural policy to branding to curatorial practice to innovative techniques in printmaking.

UL, St Patrick’s College, St. Angela’s College of Education, University College Cork, Trinity College Dublin, CIT, LIT-Tipperary, NUIM, UCD, NUIG National College of Art and Design, Dublin City University

Participation in projects relating to the Ubuntu Network (funded project currently running is Integrating Development Education (DE) through the creative use of digital media in art and design) and Irish Aid

To generate interest and enthusiasm for DE and ESD among the post primary teacher education community and to create a spirit of engagement with the issues. To support teacher educators to design, deliver and evaluate DE/ESD within their teaching strategies and professional practice.

To establish and maintain a collaborative environment in which network members share and discuss knowledge and experience of DE/ESD issues and methodologies, and work together on collaborative DE/ESD based initiatives.

University of Aarhus, Mary Immaculate College Deakin University, Australia, Auckland University of Technology

Partner institution in international research network, Centre for Studies in Otherness (1st collaboration with centre has taken place, a Postgraduate Symposium, Hunt Museum, Limerick, November 2012)

Collaborative research work between scholars via symposia and journal articles that relate to cultural theory, continental philosophy, sociology, postcolonial studies, psychoanalysis, gender studies, Gothic studies, postmodernism and poststructuralist theory.

The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) in India

There is a Memorandum Of Understanding in preparation with the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) in India.

To create joint design research projects in the field of fashion, knit and textiles through FP7 funding.

National Centre for Design and Product Development (NCDPD) and NIFT, India

Agreement with National Centre for Design and Product Development, India.

LSAD staff and postgraduate students from LSAD will work with NIFT researchers introducing sustainable new technologies to the creative handicraft clusters in India.

University of Winchester

Co-supervision of research in programme models in third level Art and Design Education, designed for the needs of contemporary non-traditional learners.

To provide the expertise in the field of programme models in third level Art and Design Education, designed for the needs of contemporary non-traditional learners and supervise research.

University College Dublin School of Agriculture, Food Science & Veterinary Medicine

Co-supervision of Research in Equine Facilitated Therapy and Interactive Multimedia Clinical-Aesthetic Products

LSAD staff and postgraduate students from LSAD will work with NIFT researchers introducing sustainable new technologies to the creative handicraft clusters in India.

Dublin Institute of Technology, DIT Access and Civic Engagement Service – Community Links

Co-supervision of Research into Developing an Innovative Fashion Collection for Disabled People using Inclusive Design


 

To provide the expertise in the field of fashion research and engagement with clients and supervise research.

Mary Immaculate College

Co-supervision of Culture, Consciousness and Self-Awareness

Co- supervision on Irish Gothic and Folklore

To provide the expertise in the field of Cognitive Science and supervise research.

To provide the expertise in the field of Irish Gothic and Folklore, especially in a literary context and supervise research.

University of Limerick

Continued collaboration in the areas of an Exploration of the Artistic Process through an Empirical Study

Co-supervision of research in socially engaged methodologies of the vernacular voice in creative intervention.

Co-supervision of Research in Acouscenic Listening and Sound Art Practice

Collaboration on post-doctoral publications

To provide the expertise in the field of socially engaged methodologies of the vernacular voice in creative intervention and supervise research.

To provide the expertise in the field of Acouscenic Listening and Sound Art Practice and supervise research.

Burren School of Art

Co-supervision of Research in Acouscenic Listening and Sound Art Practice

To provide the expertise in the field of Acouscenic Listening and Sound Art Practice and supervise research.