Research by members of the Centre on creativity, popular art, aesthetics and ethics has provided the basis for a wide range of impact activities. Impact activity has included giving a range of public workshops and talks at places such as Tate Britain, Leeds City Art Gallery, the Henry Moore Institute, the National Icelandic Visual Arts Awards, Miami Basel Arts Fair and various festivals.
Members have been interviewed in the popular media ranging from various BBC radio stations to The Sunday Times and The Wall Street Journal in addition to advising and working on the Channel 4 series Hidden Talent.
Members have also acted as consultants to the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Broadcasting Standards Commission and the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment.
Click here to go to the Centre Member Expertise page and then click on individual names to find out more about impact activity