Research in the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education
Research Centres and Groups in the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education (ACE) enhance our students' learning experience.
Aiming to innovate, contemplate and understand all aspects of fine print, from developing new inks and 3D printable ceramic materials to disruptive printing technologies and collaborating with international artists.
We promote research about the history of Britain's South Western counties and in the understanding of regionalism as a dynamic force in the shaping of the domestic and international past.
Encompassing one overall theme - social justice - and three inter-connected strands: researching with children and young people; digital education; and research in global and sustainable education.
A multidisciplinary network that is dedicated to exploring a broad understanding of photographic practices and the complex role photography plays in contemporary society.
We investigate how our understanding of place is directly formed through how locations are recorded and subsequently narrated by different disciplines, and how the identity of place is created through its representation.
Representing the full range of moving image research, including media industries, screen cultures, media politics and activism, genre, stardom and performance, and screen media practice research.
A group of cross-disciplinary art and design practitioners, historians and theorists interested in visuality and visual culture, with the intention to generate new knowledge and innovative methodologies.
Research ethics and governance
We have a Faculty Research Ethics Committee that is committed to promoting high ethical standards in the conduct of research undertaken by our staff and students. that is committed to promoting high ethical standards in the conduct of research undertaken by our staff and students.
You can access a current and comprehensive list of research publications from the Faculty on the UWE Bristol research repository.