Cultural Education: The Hunterian Associates Programme

At the core of the Hunterian Associates Programme is the notion that the cutting-edge research of our postgraduate researchers will connect in exciting and unexpected ways with the Hunterian’s extensive collections and create new opportunities for public engagement.

In 2012, HAP’s first year, eight postgraduate research students were successful and the subject matter of the resulting projects was wide-ranging: Japanese influenced art; the poem prints of Ian Hamilton Finlay; Paisley shawls; and Hunter’s book collection. These projects attracted new audiences through gallery talks, lunchtime talks, and creative writing events, as well as the addition of new resources to the website.
In 2013, the College welcomes 13 more Associates whose projects span a fascinating variety of interests.

Project Partners:
Hunterian Museum & Gallery

Academic:
Ruth Fletcher


To learn more about this project or to discuss developing a partnership with the College of Arts please contact Dr Fraser Rowan the College of Arts Business Development manager by email or phone (0141 330 3885).

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