Archives and collections at DJCAD

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Completed research projects

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Projects completed by researchers at the University of Dundee

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Alastair MacLennan

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Alastair MacLennan is a Scottish artist primarily known for his performance work, although his work embraces drawing, sculpture and installation.

The Alastair MacLennan archive

Richard Demarco Archive

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The Demarco Digital Archive is an on-line, non-profit making, publicly-funded educational research resource of approximately 10,000 records from the archives of Richard Demarco. The records are predominantly photographs, plus documents, publications and other printed material.

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The REWIND project based at DJCAD has re-mastered and archived an extensive amount of significant UK single-screen video and installation work from the 1970s and 1980s

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The Artists' Books Collection Dundee (abcD)

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This collection now comprises over 1400 books by many major Scottish and international artists

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DJCAD Collection

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The University Museum Collections include an expanding selection of art works by staff and students of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design.

This includes drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, textiles, artists' books, animation, video art, ceramics, graphic design, jewellery and metalwork.

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European Women’s Video Art

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EWVA European Women’s Video Art in the 70s and 80s aims to recover and reassess the seminal contribution of women artists to early video art in Europe and more generally to the development and evolution of video as a then relatively new medium.

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Cooper Gallery

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A unique space for exhibitions and events, with a curated annual programme of three major projects with multiple online and onsite events.

Find out more about the Cooper Gallery


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LifeSpace is Scotland’s first dedicated art-science research gallery. It is located within the School of Life Sciences.

Find out more about LifeSpace

Centrespace archive

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Matthew Entrance Gallery archive

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University archives

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The University archive has a huge collection of documents, photographs, film and rare books covering the history of the university and many other subjects. The material can surprise and inspire; using and thinking about the past is an exciting way to be creative today.

View the University archives