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Art in Heritage

Art in Heritage

The Art in Heritage research cluster brings together academics and research students working across the School of Arts & Cultures and the wider University community to share knowledge and experience of contemporary art in heritage practice and research. We are also active in developing research connections and collaborations between academics and external partners within the heritage sector, in the UK and internationally, including with the National Trust. 

In 2022-23 the cluster organised an inaugural meet-up and a series of in-person site visits and round-table discussions at North East heritage sites, including at Lindisfarne Castle, Gibside, and Vindolanda. 

The Art in Heritage research cluster is supported by the Institute for Creative Arts Practice and the School of Arts & Cultures at Newcastle University. Membership is open to all University researchers, academics and PGRs who are working with, or interested in, developing relationships between heritage and the arts. 

For more information about our activities please read our Spring and Summer 2023 newsletters. Or contact cluster co-convenors Rebecca Farley or Judith King to join the mailing list for future events. 

Art in Heritage Spring Newsletter 

Art in Heritage Summer Newsletter

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences