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TCCE has extensive experience of working with universities, the arts and other stakeholders. We work with partners all across the country to develop creative research collaborations, conferences, workshops and fora as well as training and learning activities. We strive to produce work that is very high quality at a fair price. Please contact evelyn@tcce.co.uk or suzie@tcce.co.uk if you would like to talk with us about how we might be able to help you.

Collaboration and Partnership Development

TCCE has an extensive network of contacts comprising researchers from many disciplines as well as creative industries practitioners, artists, policy makers and other specialists. We work with our network to make things happen and to cross-pollinate knowledge and expertise.

We have deep expertise in the design and delivery of large scale creative collaborative research projects such Creativeworks London and The Exchange.

We can work with you from the very start of your project ideas, providing workshops in areas such as developing shared collaboration value and overcoming barriers to collaboration. We can help you to shape funding bids and bring on partners. Or equally, we can work with you to design and manage programmes once funds are in place.

I have a much better understanding of what academic research actually entails and how this can complement, challenge and develop artistically or socially driven creative practices.

Maria Brewster,
Curator and Producer,

Public Engagement activities

We develop many diverse events, from one-off dinner debates and round-tables to festivals and other programmes to support Knowledge Exchange between sectors and wider Public Engagement. We have a deep understanding of the value and potential for such work socially, culturally and economically and realise that it is often through conversation that really important things happen.

We can help you to:

We also run Public Engagement workshops in areas such as: event organisation, writing for non-specialist audiences, pitching research for television or radio content and developing public speaking skills.

Making is in itself a way of understanding the world, which involves working with and around resistance rather than avoiding it or trying to defeat it.

Rosy Greenlees,
Executive Director,
Crafts Council

Round-tables and networking events

Are there issues that you’d like to address in your organisation, networks you need to develop or researchers or professionals you’d like to make contact with? 

Some examples of work we’ve undertaken in partnership with or to support organisations include:


Workshops and learning activities

Are there skills you would like to acquire or changes you would like to make in your organisation or institution?

We can work with you to deliver bespoke, results-focussed learning activities that enable your teams to achieve specific objectives or overcome obstacles in areas such as creative thinking and imagineering as well as in areas such as enabling personal and organisational resilience. See Boosting Resilience.

If you would like to find out how we can work with you on any of the areas listed above, please email us in the first instance. If you have other areas of work that you’d like to talk to us about, do also please get in touch.

Details on our current and recent funders, members, partners and collaborators can be found here.


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