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Case Study: King's Lynn ‘Let there be light……… and sound, and stories’


‘Something really different for King’s Lynn; we need more arts projects like this!’ King’s Lynn Resident 

Announcement: in_collusion R&D artists 2017


Through our artists’ labs, Collusion have had the pleasure of working with 26 talented artists from all over the UK representing a whole host of disciplines. We're delighted to announce the group of in_collusion R&D artists whose short projects will be showcased later this year.

Selected Artists: Collusion Labs


Collusion is thrilled to share with you the artists we’ve selected for upcoming labs on virtual, augmented and mixed reality in May and artificial intelligence in June.

Art and Technology: an artist’s journey


A new series of articles from Collusion written by Creative Associates. This was first published on Medium and written in_collusion with Cambridge-based journalist, Pete Naughton

in_collusion arts and tech Meetups prove to be a huge success


With 480 members and growing, Collusion's Meetups excite and delight with fun, playful and immersive experiences. 

Big Data: Tomorrow’s World or Black Mirror


Interesting article written by Trevor Wood from Cambridge Consultants following his talk at our Artists' Lab, data-culture in January 2017

How could emerging technologies change our lives? Collusion teams up with tech giants as programme partners to find out


Collusion are proud to welcome ARM and Cambridge Consultants as colluders and partners on our ground-breaking new art-tech programme, in_collusion.

Collusion awarded £325,000 by Greater Cambridge, Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership


Collusion is really happy to announce our funding award of £325,000 from the GCGP LEP for our in_collusion programme (2016 - 2019), matching the £325,000 award from Arts Council England, announced July 2016. 

Artists - apply now to take part in our January 2017 data-culture lab (deadline 12 Dec 2016)


Collusion is looking for artists to take part in our Data Lab, a week long development session that will explore evolving ideas and ways in which artists can engage with this mass data culture, set against the backdrop of Cambridge as a leading centre of research and development. We invite artists from all disciplines to apply for this exciting lab opportunity.

Collusion appoints Mark Farid for Real Time Commision 2015


Mark Farid wins Collusion's Real Time Commission with Data Shadow