Creative Voucher Scheme

The Creative Voucher scheme enabled small and medium sized businesses to partner with an arts & humanities-based researcher from one of Creativeworks London’s partner institutions. This section shows all of the projects that we have supported. More information about the scheme can be found here.

Creative Voucher Scheme


stromatolite

Stromatolite LTD and Kingston

ROUND 1

Making use of the Google Maps application program interface (API) and adopting the ubiquitous Blue Plague, here interpreted as Blue Pins, the London Memories app would turn London into an explorable archive of memories.

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sodaconstructor

Soda Ltd and Queen Mary University of London

ROUND 1

The Mobile Constructor partnership set out to translate Sodaconstructor into a mobile application, utilising mobile application programme interfaces to locate virtual models in the real-world and allow users to create, share and view each other’s work.

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prossimo

Prossimo Ventures Ltd and University of Roehampton

ROUND 1

In November 2013 the Everyday Heroes app was launched for iOS and Android systems. With the app visitors to Postman’s Park are now able to scan particular tablets unlocking a description of the incident and details of key individuals involved.

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New Media Networks and Birkbeck

New Media Networks and Birkbeck, University of London

ROUND 1

Assuming a ‘action research’ approach the collaboration worked to digitise four films from the archive and subsequently discussed them in focus groups.

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motiroti

Motiroti and City University

ROUND 1

This Creative Voucher Scheme collaboration placed Motiroti’s Tim Jones in contact with Professor Clive Holtham of Cass Business School in order to launch phase two, a period of action research that would look into a future partnership between Motiroti and the Runnymede Trust, and work to evolve the multpliCities project exploring concepts of interculturalism.

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Chatterbox

Chatterbox Analytics Ltd and Queen Mary University of London

ROUND 1

The Cultural Mobility through Social Intelligence partnership began by outlining a particular issues, the Barbican has distinct audience groups that do not overlap, there are certain audiences for architecture, cinema and theatre.

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aam

Academy of Ancient Music and Royal Holloway

ROUND 1

Dr Stephen Rose of Royal Holloway, University of London was paired with Simon Fairclough of the Academy of Ancient Music (AAM) in order to develop a new concert repertoire based upon the historic cross-fertilisation of European and North African cultures in the 18th century.

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Queen Mary - University of London
Arts & Humanities Research Council
European Union
London Fusion

Creativeworks London is one of four Knowledge Exchange Hubs for the Creative Economy funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to develop strategic partnerships with creative businesses and cultural organisations, to strengthen and diversify their collaborative research activities and increase the number of arts and humanities researchers actively engaged in research-based knowledge exchange.