Led by Professor Paul Cooke, a project to help young people whose lives have been affected by conflict will showcase how the arts and humanities can help those in need.
Congratulations to Prof Cooke who has been awarded £200k to work on a participatory filmmaking project to explore community-led solutions to the misuse of antibiotics.
An overview of "Digital and Quantitative Methods for the Study of Screen Cultures", convened by Dr Alan O'Leary and fourth in the Sadler Seminar series "Remapping World Cinemas for the Digital Age".
Reflection on the recent CWCDC Sadler Seminar event organised by Dr Angelos Koutsourakis
Booking is now open for the upcoming international conference "Cinema, Soft Power and Geopolitical Change" organised as part of the AHRC project "Cinema, Soft Power and the BRICS".
The new Short Film Prize in Digital Creativity, established by the Cultural Institute, is encouraging student filmmakers to showcase some of its ground-breaking research into creativity.
A short blog about the Sadler Seminar 'Can the Subaltern speak online? The potential for audio-visual media for advocacy and resistance on the Internet'.
An international group of academics, practitioners and NGO workers met at The University of Leeds to explore participatory arts, international development & cultural identity.
Initial results from 'Digital Tools in the Service of Difficult Heritage: How Recent Research Can Benefit Museums and their Audiences'.