How does the artistic production process combine science, technology, and storytelling to produce an emotional response in an audience? Glad you asked. CAKE 17: The Science of Performance was delivered as part of Southpaw Dance Company’s The Physics of Dance programme, hosted by Dance City.
In February, the Prime Minister announced plans to tackle crime and abusive behaviour online. These plans promise to put into action the recommendations made in the Internet Safety Strategy Green Paper, published in October 2017. This paper advised that there should be parity in the way that online and offline behaviour is regulated and criminalised.
In our 16th Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange (CAKE) Event, we dived into the science of music and mood; glimpsed the future of a Newcastle-based recording studio; treated early-modern artworks to a live-coding performance; and swallowed some sobering statistics about the under-representation of female composers, artists and songwriters in the North East.
Do you need funding to help get a new venture started, or to take your business to the next level? Do you know about the different funding opportunities that are available for creative businesses and organisations?
In this free two-part workshop, Durham University’s research funding team will share tips and advice,
13th February, 9:30 – 4:30
Room B5, Durham Dales Centre, Stanhope
Are you a creative, craft or cultural business in rural County Durham or Northumberland? Do you want to take advantage of free support coming to the region that is designed especially for you?
A group of North East entrepreneurs put their business challenges into the hands of postgraduate students as part of an intensive business innovation development workshop hosted by Newcastle University Business School.
The Creative Connections Createathon was a two-day event, designed to help small creative enterprises reflect on their business strategy and plan their next steps.
How does the digital affect archive materials? Often when we consider digital archives, we equate this with the process of digitisation – creating a digital copy of an item that can be viewed on a screen and stored on a server. But what if there was more to the digital archive than digitisation?
This February, we will be hosting a special CAKE event, in collaboration with Dance City, Southpaw Dance Company and the Institute of Physics as part of their workshop series ‘The Physics of Dance’.
CAKE 17: The Science of Performance will take a behind-the-scenes look at dance and performance,
Creative Fuse North East’s 16th CAKE event will celebrate the creativity of musicians, sound artists and studios across the North East.
Our speakers will show how traditional music practice is reaching new frontiers through electronic music, live coding and approaches to performance. The event will provide an insight into the innovative research in musicology,
The Creative Fuse Innovation Pilot and Innovation Development awards offered grants of up to £5,000 and £25,000 respectively to SMEs, freelancers and creative and cultural organisations from across the Creative, Digital and IT (CDIT) sectors who teamed up with academics from the North East’s five universities to propose groundbreaking new projects.