About Andy Milligan

TRiGGER explores the needs and aspirations of established professional artists designers engaged in working within participatory settings. Exploring quality and collaborative creative practice both formal and informal. TRiGGER is funded by ArtWorks Scotland / Creative Scotland / Paul Hamlyn Foundation over a two year period to research developing practice within participatory settings. The TRiGGER network was initiated and co-created by Louise Kirby and Louise Ritchie with core members Paola McClure, Dougie Paterson, Astrid Leeson and Andy Milligan.

TRiGGER research banquet

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TRiGGER launch at GIDE February 13-17 at DJCAD, University of Dundee

 

Students’ presenting the outcomes of their collaborative workshops with the TRiGGER research team. TRiGGER used their involvement in the GIDE Group for International Design Education event as the launch of their project.

Welcome to TRiGGER

 

Welcome to the TRiGGER post. TRiGGER explores the needs and aspirations of established professional artists, designers and crafts persons engaged in working within participatory settings. Exploring quality and collaborative creative practice both formal and informal. TRiGGER is funded by ArtWorks Scotland / Creative Scotland / Paul Hamlyn Foundation over a two year period to research “Developing Practice Within Participatory Settings”. The TRiGGER network was initiated and co-created by Louise Kirby and Louise Ritchie with core members Paola McClure, Dougie Paterson, Astrid Leeson and Andy Milligan.