Welcome to Reach 04, which continues to profile the leading-edge work that staff and students are undertaking across the College with external partners. We strive to make Arts part of every research question, because people are part of every research question, whether or not that question primarily relates to Arts and Humanities.
Imagine the Champions League final, one of the biggest sporting competitions in the world. Its media profile is off the scale and so is the prize money. Millions of people around the world will be watching and you are the person in charge.
Stirling Heads Restored
For the first time since the eighteenth century, the Stirling Heads can all be seen together, well lit and fully explained, at Stirling Castle.
“I’m standing with river water draining from my cupped hands, trying to hold on to it, waiting at traffic lights to cross the road,” says Minty Donald, describing Water Carry
Writing & Publishing Sgrìobhadh agus Foillseachadhl
After a career spent working on Whistler’s life and work, Professor Margaret MacDonald still finds his etchings “so beautiful and fascinating”.
Life is a journey
Describing life as a journey is a metaphor that works in a straightforward and predictable way. It is very common to take a concrete idea (a journey) and use it to describe an abstract concept (life).
Events and Funding
Over the last 12 months, the College of Arts has hosted several knowledge exchange events attracting a diverse audience of over 500 attendees from film, TV and radio production companies, technology companies, religious communities, academics and many more.