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Professor of New Media Art

Dr. Beryl Graham has helped build up research culture at the University since 1997. She works in Art and Design Research in particular, but also works in an interdisciplinary way with other faculties in the University, including joint PhD supervising with the Faculty of Applied Sciences. She served on the University Research Committee until 2022.


In 2000 she received an AHRB grant to set up a New Media Curating Resource (CRUMB), and she has obtained other grants for the University in excess of a million pounds. Research outputs from this project have been judged to be the highest grade of 'World Leading' in the most recent RAE exercise.

Professor Graham is Research Student Manager for Art and Design (around 40 students) until 2022. She has developed learning materials for post-graduate art-practice-led research, including research training materials.She is also involved in the supervision of PhD students within the University, and advising or examining externally : 25 external PhD examinations include Royal College of Art, Birkbeck College, University of London; Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen; Plymouth University; University of Technology, Sydney.

Beryl Graham was Programme Leader for the MA Curating course: A course on curating contemporary art which balances theory and practice, and integrates new media in all considerations. The course has a particularly excellent employability record.

Art projects include an interactive tea table, residencies making low-tech games in Moscow and Seattle, and a project concerning post-heavy-industrial areas.


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