Centre for Creative and Cultural Research
The Centre for Creative and Cultural Research (CCCR) focuses on applied research into creative practice, conducting imaginative and practical experiments at the intersection of creative writing, digital technology and contemporary heritage practice.
What is the meaning of play in Digital Cultural Heritage? Join Assoc Prof Tim Sherratt as he explores this concept in this CCCR seminar.... Event details The multiplication of contexts: Meanings of âplayâ within digital cultural heritage
A free public lecture by Professor Vincent Dubois. Please join Prof Vincent Dubois from the University of Strasbourg as he discusses French cultural policy and looks at the foundations... Event details A Critical View on French Cultural Policy, From Myth to Disillusionment
An exhibition of artist books, poetry, and poetics by Caren Florance (etc)... Event details Reading Spaces â Collaborative Materiality exhibition
Join eminent researchers undertaking empirical work on the cultural field in order to consider the opportunities, challenges, and limits of cultural field theory in a free one-day symposium.... Event details Rethinking the Cultural Field
A one-day symposium exploring the relationship between poetry and artist books. What do they have in common as a vehicle for ideas and what happens when book artists and... Event details Poetry and the Artist book symposium