Pioneering research with our partners
The Cultural Institute has three main aims: to increase pioneering research collaborations with creative sector partners, to widen cultural engagement and participation and to build the skills of our students.
We thrive on ideas from the creative and cultural sector and nurture partnership between arts professionals, researchers and students from all disciplines.
We are strengthening our position as a global centre of research and teaching excellence in culture, building sustainable partnerships in a city, region and nation rich in artistic innovation and cultural aspiration.
Focusing on textiles from West Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Japan and Indonesia, this exhibition investigates principal resist-dyeing techniques, including from batik to ikat.
What happened after the guns fell silent on the Western Front? One hundred years after the Armistice on 11 November 1918, this free exhibition explores the legacies of the First World War.
Nightports is based on a simple but unbreakable rule of restriction: only sounds produced by the featured musician can be used. These sounds can be transformed and distorted without limitation.
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