Artist in Residence Grants

  • Degenerative musculoskeletal conditions are common. Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most prevalent, affecting over eight million people in the UK. The condition leaves patients suffering with pain,...
    26 Feb 2016
  • We need to save our soil if we want to grow food, have clean water and sustainably recycle wastes but the relationship between soil and us is deteriorating. How can we provide the public with a...
    26 Feb 2016
  • Food has become a subject of concern for leaders around the world, and is an increasingly popular topic in the media. Predictions of environmental decline and population pressures compete with...
    17 Feb 2015
  • Copyright law confers on authors and artists rights to restrict the copying and circulation of their work so that they can secure remuneration from such copying. While perhaps the most obvious...
    17 Feb 2015
  • An artistic perspective on whales, whaleports and the marine environment Hondartza Fraga is a professional visual artist, whose drawings, photographs and videos constantly reference the marine...
    7 Feb 2013
  • Winterbourne House and Garden are the delighted recipients of a Leverhulme grant to support the work of artist Sara Haywood who will be producing a body of work inspired by the English Edwardian home...
    7 Feb 2013
  • The European Centre for Environment and Human Health, part of the University of Exeter Medical School, and artist Jonty Lees have been awarded the opportunity to explore the interface between...
    7 Feb 2013
  • Gemma Anderson's artwork explores subjects including astronomy, biology, mineralogy, and zoology, and emphasizes the epistemological value of drawing. Anderson juxtaposes the ‘hieroglyphics of nature...
    10 Aug 2012
  • The Mood Disorders Centre (MDC) is a partnership between the University of Exeter and the NHS. Its mission is to conduct psychological research, assessment, treatment and training for the benefit of...
    10 Aug 2012
  • There has been hot debate in the media lately about whether nurses care the way they used to. The Prime Minister recently urged nurses to talk to their patients, as if they might not remember to do...
    30 Jan 2012

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