STARTS Prize success for DJCAD researcher

    A team featuring Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design researcher Mel Woods have won a prestigious award for a project that empowers people to deal with environmental challenges in their area.

    STARTS Prize success for DJCAD researcher

    Dean Brown: “DJCAD has a dynamism and freshness to it”

    Dean graduated from DJCAD in Product Design, and has since gone onto work with a number of iconic brands, including Google, Uniqlo, Nike, and lots more. He designs products, furniture and installations, all which are informed by a commitment to narrative and materiality. He tells us more…

    Dean Brown: “DJCAD has a dynamism and freshness to it”

    Scottish Design Awards success for DJCAD lecturers

    Two lecturers at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design were part of a team that won an award for their V&A Dundee Community Garden Co-Design Project at the recent Scottish Design Awards...

    Scottish Design Awards success for DJCAD lecturers

    “For me, the Ramallah house is a hook for home”

    Art & Humanities student Leena Nammari describes being Palestinian is an overwhelming state of being. Here, she talks us through how this has informed her Masters Show work...

    “For me, the Ramallah house is a hook for home”

    From accountancy to animation

    MSc Animation & VFX student Shashank Sharma’s final project is a short film, which was inspired by a moment he saw when working as an accountant.

    From accountancy to animation

    What does your mind need?

    Art, Society and Publics student, Lauren Gardiner, explores the act of drawing and how it can encourage self-reflection and engagement with the mind...

    What does your mind need?

    “It’s important to look at where antiseptic practices originated”

    Medical Art student Eve Laws is presenting her final project as a 3D animation. Her short film tells the story of a 10-year-old child labourer who suffered a near fatal accident in 19th century Glasgow. She tells us more...

    “It’s important to look at where antiseptic practices originated”

    DJCAD graduates hand-picked for Handmade Edinburgh

    Two DJCAD graduates, Mhairi Abbas and Penelope Matheson, have been chosen to be part of international craft and design fair, Handmade Edinburgh. We chat to Mhairi about what it’s like to be part of the event…

    DJCAD graduates hand-picked for Handmade Edinburgh

    Developing an alternative to screens

    Jack Mitchell is a student on the MSc Product Design course. His project for the Masters Show is 'Octopus', a way to get the whole family together and explore exciting new worlds with smart home technology...

    Developing an alternative to screens

    Masters In Comics Podcast

    Comics fans! There’s a brand new podcast featuring all of the biggest names in the comics industry.

    Masters In Comics Podcast

“It’s important to look at where antiseptic practices originated”

Medical Art student Eve Laws is presenting her final project as a 3D animation. Her short film tells the story of a 10-year-old child labourer who suffered a near fatal accident in 19th century Glasgow. She tells us more...

“It’s important to look at where antiseptic practices originated”