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Our Research

Explore Norwich University of the Arts’ staff research, research projects, the impact of our research, our research themes, research seminars and symposia series.

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Staff research

Norwich University staff undertake research in the practice, history and theory of art, design, architecture, media and performance.

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Research themes

We work with universities, museums, galleries, and creative industries throughout the world to develop exciting and relevant research. Discover our Research themes.

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Research impact

Selected examples of the impact of Norwich University of the Arts’ research on society, culture and the economy

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Apply for a Research Degree

Find out how you to apply for research degree study across a wide spectrum of arts, design and media areas at Norwich University of the Arts.

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Beyond the Frame 2024 winners announced

Winners announced in two age group categories, 11-15 and 16-19, and three theme categories, ‘People’, ‘Places’ and ‘Things’.
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Postgraduate Open Day Thursday 11 July

11 July 2024 | 5.00pm to 6.30pm | Duke Street Master your creative practice
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A photo of an art installation from the project: Urbanity from the Ocean, called TRANSFORMATIVE COOPERATION. The image shows various red bricks and bamboo on a floor creating what looks like a path shape. There are white sheets hanging above the pieces on the floor that have been stained blue at the bottom. Finally, there are white pieces of fabric that look like screwed up pieces of paper hanging in the middle of the installation.

In conversation with

Theo Galvin is an Architecture MArch student who works towards a provocative experimental style of architectural design, related to socio-political issues, specifically around the topic of waste disposal, perception and reuse. Theo talks to us about his opportunity with The AA Taiwan School Fellowship Programme 2023: Urbanity from the Ocean.
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