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From research to symbolic performance

Cultural Sector Partner: Cap-a-Pie HE Partner: University of Leeds Lost in translation “Think about a time when you didn’t understand what was going on around you.” That was the blurb for the play. “We set out to unsettle audiences –…

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New PGT module links students and cultural industries

Cultural Sector Partner: Opera North and East Street Arts HE Partner: University of Leeds The University of Leeds has invited Leeds-based organisations to join a project asking fundamental questions about the current and future role of the university in relation…

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Digital R&D encouraging public creation of dance

Cultural Sector Partner: Yorkshire Dance and Breakfast Creatives HE Partner: University of Leeds respond_. In September 2013, Yorkshire Dance, in partnership with Breakfast Creatives and University of Leeds, was chosen by Nesta, Arts Council England and Arts & Humanities Research…

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Poetry and the challenges of travel

Cultural Sector Partner: Anna Woodford HE Partner: University of York Travel challenges of older people depicted in poetry on buses A collaboration between researchers at the University of York and award-winning poet, Anna Woodford, has resulted in city buses displaying…

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Understanding the heritage of the future

Cultural Sector Partner: Merseyside Civic Society HE Partner: University of Liverpool Liverpool School of Architecture and Merseyside Civic Society Our understanding of heritage can be broadened by considering contemporary architecture as the heritage of the future. Embracing buildings of historical significance…

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Impacting on the local cultural ecology

University of Huddersfield and Creative Scene Professor Steve Swindells and the team within the University of Huddersfield’s School of Art, Design and Architecture have been working with Creative Scene (North Kirklees’ Creative People and Places programme, funded by Arts Council…

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