The Arts in Society Research Network is thankful for the contributions and support of the following organizations.

The University of Western Australia, School of Design

2021 Conference Partner

UWA’s School of Design is a collaboration of creative thinkers and makers that includes landscape architects, urban designers, experimental artists, historians and architects. We inspire our students and graduates to be boundary-breakers, navigating knowledge, cultures, habitats and landscapes to the benefit of our communities and environments. Our School is future-focused and comprehensively prepares graduates for a successful entry into their chosen career of design.

NUI Galway

2020 Conference Partner

IT ALL BEGAN IN 1845... That was the year Queen’s College Galway was founded. Following construction of the iconic Quadrangle building, the University opened its doors four years later to the first cohort of just 68 students. NUI Galway has grown massively in size and reputation over the past 170 years. According to QS World University Rankings, the University is now among the Top 1% in the world, and they are recognised as being one of the best universities for our international outlook.

Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon

2019 Conference Partner

Located in the metropolitan area of Lisbon and composed of eight schools of higher education, IPL- Politécnico de Lisboa is a public institution with a long history in the field of higher education.

Emily Carr University of Art + Design

2018 Conference Partner

Emily Carr University of Art + Design, established in 1925, is a world leader in education and research. Encouraging experimentation at the intersection of art, design, media and technology, our learning community merges research, critical theory and studio practice in an interdisciplinary environment.

Past Partners

Over the years, the Arts in Society Research Network, has had the pleasure of working with the following organizations:

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