• King's Lynn opportunity: deadline 05 May

    Are you an artists or creative technologist living or connected with King's Lynn?

    We’re looking for teams to take part in our R&D challenge to create new projection ideas for King’s Lynn town centre. Applications are welcomed from teams of 2 to 4 people offering a range of skills and a shared interest in seeing how they can apply the skills in the creation of new projection based works. For further details, please read the full brief and Q&A before completing the application form.

    Four teams will be chosen to participate in the challenge. Each team member should submit an individual application by the deadline: 5pm, Friday 05 May 2017

    Need help getting your team together? Come along to our matchmaking event at King’s Lynn Arts Centre on Wednesday 26 April from 6 - 8pm, RSVP here.

  • Find out about our amazing artists labs

    March 2017: We're holding two week-long development labs in May and June 2017. The deadline for applications has now passed (it was 5pm on 24 March 2017). Lab A: Virtual, augmented & mixed reality will take a practical and theoretical approach, framed within a peer-to-peer environment.  

    Lab B: Artificial intelligence will create a critical context for exploring AI from all perspectives, including the neighbouring areas of data culture and internet of things. The lab will be an excellent context for live art, writing, online projects, drama and other hybrid work. #collusionlabs

    Supported by Arts Council England & the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP, ARM, Cambridge Consultants, Anglia Ruskin University, University of Cambridge Museums, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence and Cambridge Junction. 

  • Collusion's Meetups prove to be a huge success

    March 2017: Over the past four months, 480 people have joined to become members of in_collusion: art and technology Meetups across the region. Collusion has developed these groups in Cambridge, King's Lynn and Bury St Edmunds, with more being added very soon for the other hubs included in the programme.

    Each group starts with a kick-off event, where anyone interested in art or technology or both can meet and chat over a beer whilst hearing more about in_collusion. Following this first event and working with partners, Collusion will then host a series of talk which meet the needs and interests of the group and the area. In Cambridge, the follow-up session on virtual reality in February was very popular with over 90 people attending to hear from Cambridge-based digital agency, The Fusion Works and award-winning creative studio, Marshmallow Laser Feast.  

    If you are interested in coming along to upcoming events, please join our Meetups in Cambridge, King's Lynn and Bury St Edmunds.

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