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Students engaging with professional musicians

The University of Hull and Hull Chamber Music have been working together since Hull Chamber Music was founded in 1948. A principal founder, Robert Marchant, Director of Music at what was then the University College of Hull, and its concerts…

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A research-led approach to children’s literature

Seven Stories: The National Centre for Children’s Books and Newcastle University are collaborating on an innovative Knowledge Transfer Partnership to celebrate the work of author Michael Morpurgo, with a research-led approach to a children’s literature exhibition. Michael Morpurgo and his…

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Improving the lives of people with dementia

The Dukes, Lancaster, Age UK Lancashire and the Centre for Ageing Research at Lancaster University. ‘A Life More Ordinary’, part of the third phase of a programme funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation that began in 2014, gives people living…

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PhD placements with cultural organisations

University of Liverpool. Pioneered in the School of the Arts by Prof R Koeck and Dr Yiota Vassilopoulou and supported by Business Gateway, LiNK – Liverpool Network of Knowledge Exchange – provides a blueprint for a university-wide placement scheme administrated…

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Practitioners & academics teaching in partnership

BALTIC and Northumbria University. BxNU Institute The BxNU Institute is a base for world-class teaching and mentorship in contemporary art practice and research, generated by the dynamic partnership between BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University. BALTIC Professor Christine…

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A consortium approach to a culturally vibrant city

University of Sheffield, Sheffield Museums and the Sheffield Cultural Consortium. During 2016, Sheffield will celebrate a Year of Making (YOM), a year-long city-wide creative programme that galvanises people and resource across the city to platform all forms of making –…

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