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Public engagement with artists and researchers

FACTLab at FACT. During the summer show Build Your Own (6 June and 31 August) R&I piloted the FACTLab programme, a public-facing transdicipinary research and residency space, designed and developed to work with and for partners in academia and creative…

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Pubic-facing research and co-design of artwork

FACT and Newcastle University. Sound Spaces with FACTLab and CultureLab at Newcastle University Funded by the Cultural Exchange (CX) Programme and taking place between August and October 2015 during the Build Your Own exhibition at FACT in the new public…

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The first Philosopher in Residence in an arts centre

The Bluecoat & University of Liverpool. Philosopher in Residence. In 2013 Dr Panayiota Vassilopoulou was appointed for two years as the Bluecoat’s Philosopher in Residence, the first of its kind in the country and a unique opportunity to integrate philosophical enquiry into…

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Forging academic relationships with local cultural organisations

University of Leeds: Hepworth Wakefield & West Yorkshire Playhouse. The University of Leeds puts cultural impact centre stage with new cultural partnerships. The University has a long-standing reputation for strong links with local cultural and industry partners. Since the founding of…

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Developing a long-term, diverse parternship

DARE: Opera North & University of Leeds. Created in 2006, the DARE partnership is built on a shared ambition to have a positive influence on practice and scholarship in the cultural sector. One significant factor for success has been allowing…

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A conference delivered in partnership

  FACT and the University of Liverpool. Libidinal Circuits Collaborative Conference with University of Liverpool School of the Arts (SOTA). Libidinal Circuits (LC) was the 3rd annual conference of the International Association for the Study of the Culture of Cities….

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