Institute of Design, Culture and the Arts news
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Art show checks out for Simon
17 May 2013
A Teesside University lecturer and artist is taking his world renowned exhibition that featured as part of the Paralympics, on tour to the Czech Republic.
Muslim writers share their work
19 November 2012
Three highly acclaimed writers of Muslim heritage showcased their latest work at a literary event hosted by a Teesside University lecturer.
Growth of Islamophobia leads to increase in extremism
15 November 2012
A Teesside University historian is arguing that the growth of Islamophobia in the UK is leading to an increased culture of extremism in contemporary Britain and Europe.
Exciting merger for two film archives
03 October 2012
A merger for two northern film archives will bring together ten million feet of film and exciting new opportunities for the public to access rare and historic footage of the people and places of Yorkshire and the North East.
Professor appears in Finnish documentary
21 June 2012
Professor Nigel Copsey featured in a two-part Finnish TV documentary in May, which examined the rise of right-wing extremism in Finland and its connections with the English Defence League.
Teesside Professor speaks at De Montfort and Dusseldorf
04 January 2012
Professor Nigel Copsey, Director of the Institute of Design, Culture and the Arts has been speaking to policy makers on the roots of violent radicalisation.
Prestigious Research Council grant for Rehana
11 October 2011
Teesside University lecturer Dr Rehana Ahmed has been awarded a prestigious Early Career Fellowship, worth £48,000, by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to carry out research exploring literary representations of Muslim cultures and identities.
Mackenzie’s Middlesbrough Murals to premiere at Teesside
25 July 2011
World renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe is creating eight new and unique pieces for an exhibition at Teesside University.
Research to benefit society and business
09 June 2011
As a leading business-facing University, Teesside can offer research that has a real impact and benefit to business and society.
Remade & Readymade
03 May 2011
Discarded materials, from metal rust filings to reconstructed furniture, are all playing their unusual part in an exhibition at Teesside University.