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Applications for Resident Entrepreneurs, Connected Innovators and Creative Informatics Small Research Grants are open RIGHT NOW!
In response to the current COVID-19 emergency, we’ve made some changes to our call for CI Small Research Grants and extended the application deadline until the 16th of April.
Creative Informatics are making some changes in line with current advice from the UK Government and NHS Scotland regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). Read our statement for the latest news on our programmes and events, and how to contact the team at this time.
Is there a research project related to the creative sector you’d love to explore if you only had a bit of cash and support? Does it involve data of some kind? If you are an early career researcher, based at the University of Edinburgh or Edinburgh Napier University, apply for a CI Small Research Grant now!
Creative Informatics played a major role in last year’s Beyond Conference, which took place in Edinburgh’s Assembly Rooms in November. Here’s a selection of CI related videos from Beyond Conference for your viewing pleasure!
We are delighted to be running four free Creative Informatics events as part of the DataFest 2020 Fringe Programme!
Creative Informatics Research Associate Pip Thornton has shared her thoughts on the outcomes of the Beyond Research Symposium and some of the ideas behind it …
Our 2020 is off to a flying start with five fantastic Creative Informatics Challenge Projects set by some of Edinburgh’s leading cultural organisations. Our Round 2 Challenge Holders are…
We’ve had a fantastic first year at Creative Informatics HQ, here’s a round up of what we’ve been up to and what we’re looking forward to in 2020!
On the 29th of October we hosted our first Creative Informatics Partnership Forum at The Old Dr Bells’ Baths in Leith. Find out what Edinburgh’s creative community had to say about the programme so far!
We are delighted to announce the first nine projects to receive funding through the Resident Entrepreneurs strand of the Creative Informatics programme.
Inge is one of five researchers working on the Creative Informatics programme. In addition to her academic interest in the creative industries, Inge has worked as a freelance artist for more than 20 years and continues to run her own studio in the Scottish Borders.
Zach was Scottish Ballet’s first Digital Artist in Residence and spoke at CI Labs #5: Performance in Motion. He told us more about his practice, why he is inspired by the ancient Greeks and how advances in technology have affected his work.
CI Labs #2: Place, Space and Experience took place at Lava Town, Leith’s new shared working space for creative and immersive tech projects. Residents Ray Interactive discuss their work and what inspires them.
Lynda-Marie Taurasi participated in Cohort 1 of Creative Bridge. At the outset of her Creative Bridge experience, she shared her motivation for applying for the programme and hopes for the weeks ahead.