By harnessing the internet, the Online Orchestra gave people living in remote communities the opportunity to make music together.
Cafe Morte: Tears of Things – Museum of Broken ObjectsLead: Lucy Willow
We invited artists, writers, academics, undergraduates, museums and member of the community to contribute by writing a short narrative and...
Fog of Sex (Stories from the frontline of student sex work)Lead: Professor Chris Morris
Fog of Sex (Stories from the frontline of student sex work) is a 60-minute drama documentary which was made as part of The Student Sex Work...
How Can Artists and Designers Working with Museums and Collections Contribute to the Notion of Active Citizenship?
This paper examines through a series of selected contrasting examples, how interpretation in a range of forms might be seen to actively arm...
Architecture Making CommunityLead: Tom Ebdon
Architecture Making Community is a programme of research and live-projects that challenge the way we live and work in our regional context.
Unruly Runnings: On track with identity and difficulty
This project examines ideas of identity and difficulty through the lens of Penny Andrews’ work. Informed by training and racing as a...
MametzLead: Professor Chris Morris
Mametz was a 2014 site-specific production that offered a glimpse of life and death in the trenches.
The South West Centre of Excellence for Satellite Applications
The South West Centre of Excellence for Satellite Applications is developing space-focused research and business opportunities to help...
Cornwall Contemporary Poetry FestivalLead: Tom Scott
The first Cornwall Contemporary Poetry Festival brought together leading contemporary poets for two days of readings, workshops and...
designdice™Lead: Andy Neal
designdice™ is a set of nine co-ordinated dice which are used as a tool to help the creative process, encouraging lateral thought, idea...
Literary editors and peer-to-peer book reviewers: Rethinking the role of cultural intermediaries in a socially networked age
This chapter examines the evolving roles of cultural intermediaries and cultural curators within the world of books.
The CinematologistsLead: Dr Neil Fox
The Cinematologists is a podcast that brings fans, filmmakers, critics and academics together to watch, discuss and engage with cinema of...
Gwalt. Glosy (Rape. Voices)Lead: Agnieszka Blonska
Gwalt. Glosy (Rape. Voices) was a 2015 theatre production that explored issues of sexual violence towards women.
ATTUNELead: Anna Mankee-Williams
ATTUNE aims to increase the understanding of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the impact on adolescent mental health through...
Wildworks - A Great Night OutLead: Mercedes Kemp
Commissioned by Sunderland Cultural Spring, A Great Night Out narrated tales of epic journeys, football and celebrations of the community.
Lobster Grower & Lobster Grower 2Lead: Drummond Masterton
Lobster Grower is a consortium led project, working to establish a low-carbon method of rearing lobsters.
Design for Mental Health and Wellbeing in ChinaLead: Bryan Clark
In partnership with Anhui and Jiangnan Universities in China, this design-based project seeks to develop and evaluate approaches in the...
ANTI Contemporary Art Festival
ANTI Festival presents an annual season of contemporary art shown across public spaces.
The Adaptable Living project reimagines the way in which living space may be designed to enable residents to age in place.
University of the VillageLead: Dr Jem Mackay
University of the Village sought to harness superfast broadband to enable a new approach to online learning.
Folk Horror in the 21st CenturyLead: Dr Ruth Heholt
Culminating in a two-day conference in 2019, Folk Horror in the 21st Century explored all aspects of the folk horror renaissance.