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Bringing Research to the Wider Public

TCCE leads a unique programme of activities that aims to bring to wider public attention the diversity of academic research currently being developed by our member institutions and to connect universities with the cultural and creative industries in the process. We run two major events each year to support this work. These are the Inside Out Festival, first launched in 2008, and Walking the City, a weekend long initiative that was first launched in 2014.

Inside Out Festival

Inside Out Festival was established in 2008 and is one of the highlights of our programme.

The festival gives all TCCE network members the opportunity to come together as a network for a diverse festival where talks, walks, workshops, debates, concerts, hackathons, exhibitions, installations and flash-mobs are part of the festival mix.

The festival presents a unique opportunity to present research to – and indeed often with – diverse publics and to develop activities that might otherwise not have a publicly facing platform. Typically we present up to 50 events each festival week and have been fortunate to work with a very diverse range of cultural partners to make the festival happen.

Some examples of our collaborators include: Freud Museum, The British Academy, The National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain and Somerset House. Times Higher Education is Inside Out Festival’s key media partner.

In 2017, the festival focus was firmly on connecting Higher Education with the Arts, Cultural and Creative Industries, and took place on Friday 24 March 2017 at Somerset House, London and on Saturday 25 March at London South Bank University, London.

Full 2017 programme details can be found here.

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Walking the City

Our research communities are continually at the forefront of generating fresh and compelling knowledge about so many facets of our city and urban life.

Walking the City is a TCCE initiative that acts as a lever to share research and knowledge beyond the academy, bringing to wider public attention some of the outstanding work taking place in and around our universities today. Walks have taken place throughout the city in areas as diverse as: Harsleden, Mayfair, Bloomsbury, Shoreditch, Stepney Green and Stratford.


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