The Northumbria-Sunderland Consortium is a cross-disciplinary collaboration in art and design which emphasises the integration of professional and academic rigour in the development, production and dissemination of practice-led and applied research.
The CDT delivers world-class, innovative research training to PhD students in art and design. Forging new cross-disciplinary collaborations, with an emphasis on integrating professional and academic rigour in practice-led and applied research, as well as related historical and theoretical research.
We welcome applications in:
Please visit our website for further details: nuwebapps.northumbria.ac.uk/northumbria-sunderland-cdt/.
Image: BxNU Institute of Contemporary Art, BALTIC 39, Postgraduate studios
All applications to be received by 5th March at 5pm.
To access application details please visit: nuwebapps.northumbria.ac.uk/northumbria-sunderland-cdt/
Please contact email@example.com to book your place at the 31st January Open Day at Northumbria and Sunderland.
For administrative enquiries please contact:
Visual and Material Culture / History of Art: Professor. Ysanne Holt: firstname.lastname@example.org
Design (Northumbria): Dr Justin Marshall: email@example.com
Fine Art: Professor David Campbell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Design (Sunderland): Professor Beryl Graham: email@example.com
Applied Arts / Glass and Ceramics: Dr Andrew Livingstone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Art / Curation: Professor Beryl Graham: email@example.com