CAKE 31 brought the Creative Fuse community to Middlesbrough on 20th June, in the town’s central gallery, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA). The theme of the event was ‘Hack the Museum’ and speakers brought a diverse range of perspectives on the technologies and practices that are transforming the work and experience of museums and galleries.
The Creative Industries Federation has today (29th May) published its new report ‘Public Investment, Public Gain’, co-authored with Arts Council England.
The report makes a strong case for the economic value of public investment in the arts, across the creative industries and beyond. With notable examples from the North East,
Thursday 25th April saw our 30th Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange event – ‘Space, Place and Location Data’, housed in the Enterprise Suite at Sunderland’s Hope Street Xchange.
Kicking off proceedings ahead of our main speakers was Richard Duncan from Startup SAFARI. Richard spoke about the upcoming Startup SAFARI event happening 21st-23rd May.
The National Centre for Universities and Business has partnered with Research England on a University-Business Interaction Photo Competition to celebrate the breadth and value of interactions between UK universities and external organisations.
Collaboration Captured invites photo submissions that illustrate the dynamic nature of interactions between UK universities and external organisations including business,
The GX project in partnership with Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums are hosting an ‘Emerging Tech’ event. The event will explore how emerging technology is being used in the Cultural and Heritage sector and include a challenge session looking at the issues currently facing archives and heritage organisations, locally,
Independent of Creative Fuse North East, we would like to make you aware of the potential opportunity of interest.
Newcastle University and Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) are hiring a Research Associate for a three-year post. The PEC is part of the Creative Industries Clusters Programme led by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and funded through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
DemVR is a stimulating event organised by Open Lab at Newcastle University. This two-day hackathon will provide an environment for innovative and creative ideas to emerge surrounding how we might create enriching shared experiences for people living with dementia.
When: Friday 5th April 2019, 6pm –
FinanceCamp North East is the annual conference launched in 2016 and organised by Innovation SuperNetwork. As relevant to the region, Creative Fuse North East wants to promote this event that aims to connect growing businesses seeking finance for growth across 400 meetings with active investors and lenders.
The 2019 DRAWING Symposium promises to be an inspirational and thought provoking event with an extraordinary line up of practitioners, thinkers and
visual art sector leaders from across the UK and beyond.
Created for artists, educators, arts professionals and academics, the symposium offers an amazing opportunity to discuss and explore the importance and role of drawing in art,
The North East Digital Festival 2019 will see some of the region’s biggest tech events partnering to deliver a broader event to showcase the region’s tech expertise and celebrate the startup ecosystem.
A full week in May will be enriched by a cornucopia of events within the digital,