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My relationship with the School goes back to when I was a Foundation student - it is inspiring to share the same experience with our students today, watching then grow in confidence and independence.”

Jon Biddulph
Senior Lecturer, Interactive Arts

'Where Paths Cross' Antony Nolan Trust Garden, RHS Tatton.'Where Paths Cross' Antony Nolan Trust Garden, RHS Tatton. plan'Looking Both Ways', Tate Liverpool commission for 'Making it " group show. A TEA projectAnxiety and Escapism, The 30's Royal Festival Hall, Southbank, London. A TEA project

Manchester School of Art is home to staff from a wide range of disciplines, who are research active and experts in their chosen areas.

Whilst every member of staff has their own unique specialist area of expertise, they also enjoy well-established links to the wider creative industries in Manchester and with an international network of art professionals and organisations.

An experienced team of technicians, dedicated to the Manchester School of Art, manage the studios, workshops and digital suites and are on-hand to provide support and assistance.

New exhibition ‘Creating the Countryside’ at Compton Verney explores artistic and popular visions of the rural

Four of 10 commissions won by University academic staff

Temporary Research Space takes residence in the Benzie Building

All staff at Manchester School of Art are practicing professionals and researchers in their fields, either as creative artists and designers, or through theoretical approaches to their subject.

Most staff belong to at least one Research Group within MIRIAD, the School of Art’s Research Centre, and many regularly work with external companies and organisations or carry out funded research or projects.

Arts for Health, the UK's longest established arts and health organisation, is also based within MIRIAD.

Find out more about Research at Manchester School of Art.