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Glasgow style designer – explore the collections online

One of the world’s largest collections of work by Glasgow Style designer Talwin Morris is available online by the Visual Arts Data Service (VADS) for free use in education and research at https://www.vads.ac.uk/collections/GSATM.html Morris was...

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National Galley Library – now online

The Catalogue of the Library at the National Gallery in London is now available online. It contains nearly 49,000 records, for approximately half of the Gallery’s Collection – this number will increase as more...

Calligraphy Collection

New Calligraphy Collection

The Library are very pleased to announce that we now have the Archive of the International Research Centre for Calligraphy. The collection belongs to the International Research Centre for Calligraphy, and is shelved on...

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New books in!

Check out the latest books bought to support students and staff in the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries. Are you a student wanting to expand your reading? Some of these will have been...

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D&AD Awards 2018

Have you considered entering the 2018 D&AD Awards? Check out how to enter. These awards recognise ‘beautiful ideas’ – they are coverted worldwide and give credit for craft and creativity.

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Thesis writing retreats

Enjoy some relaxation time over Christmas, knowing that you have a plan for tackling your thesis reading/writing in the new year! Queen Mary, University of London, have several retreats coming up in January and...

How to get your work cited more

How to get your work cited more

Cite Hacks are about what academics can do to improve their chances of getting cited by using blogs. This could be creating your own blog, writing a guest blog on someone’s blog, or posting...

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Free online course about medicine and the arts

Future Learn are offering a free online course entitled ‘Medicine and the Arts’ which explores the intersection between medicine, medical anthropology and the creative arts. You can register to be notified when the next...

Comics about social and human rights issues

Positive negatives: an interesting example of comics being used to communicate key social issues. The website has articles, podcasts and videos which describe its aims and the charities it works with. There are also good examples...