CATH (Collaborative Arts Triple Helix) Project Workshop 2
Wednesday, July 10, 2013 from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)
Leicester, United Kingdom
CATH is an AHRC-funded research project led by do.collaboration (University of Birmingham) in partnership with the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester.
CATH uses a voucher scheme and a series of workshops to establish up to 16 collaborative teams each of which will include a cultural organisation, a digital company, and one or more academics from a range of disciplines. Assisted by the CATH Project Broker, each team will develop a digital prototype, be it an app, a web tool or another digital concept, that has the potential for further development. CATH aims to foster partnerships that lead to sustainable projects and the CATH team will be available to advise how to fund projects beyond the prototyping phase. A Research Assistant will study the emerging collaborations and, at the close of the project, a best practice guide will be published to inform future work between cultural organisations, digital businesses, and universities.
The second workshop in the series will explore how you build new collaborative projects and roles played by all three partners.
The workshop will also provide the opportunity to further catalyse new collaborations between cultural organisations, academics and digital SMEs.
CATH Workshop 2 will be held on Wednesday 10 July 2013 10:30am till 4:00pm at the Museum Studies Building, University of Leicester, 19 University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RF
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