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Creative Intersections

Report

  • Arts and society

Funded by Kings College London's Cultural Institute's Creative Futures programme, Creative Intersections explored innovative models for creative partnerships between artists and academics across a wide range of art forms and disciplines in order to gain a deeper understanding of the conditions necessary for the co-design and co-creation of cross disciplinary work.

Participants in Creative Intersections came from a wide cross section of both the arts and academic communities of Kings College London and included academics from the Institute of Psychiatry, Digital Humanities and English as well as arts organisations such as Entelechy Arts, Spread the Word and Action Space as well as individual artists such as Inua Ellams and Sarah Butler.

Arts and academic practitioners conducted ‘experiments’ together in small groups over the summer of 2012 and shared their work in the autumn at both Kings College London and at the RSA. If you are interested in knowing more, please get in touch with the programme via the Creative Intersections website.

Participants in Creative Intersections came from a wide cross section of both the arts and academic communities of Kings College London and included academics from the Institute of Psychiatry, Digital Humanities and English as well as arts organisations such as Entelechy Arts, Spread the Word and Action Space as well as individual artists such as Inua Ellams and Sarah Butler.

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