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
With 480 members and growing, Collusion's Meetups excite and delight with fun, playful and immersive experiences.
Interesting article written by Trevor Wood from Cambridge Consultants following his talk at our Artists' Lab, data-culture in January 2017
Collusion are proud to welcome ARM and Cambridge Consultants as colluders and partners on our ground-breaking new art-tech programme, in_collusion.
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.
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.
Mark Farid wins Collusion's Real Time Commission with Data Shadow
Collusion's Real Time Commission is an opportunity to make a new public realm digital work for Cambridge, working within the Greater Cambridge area and its data. The commission is open to artists from all disciplines, as well as collectives of creatives assembled around cross-disciplinary making. This includes artists, artist collectives and designers.
Tuesday 2nd December: Cambridge News profiled Collusion in it's Business section, talking about the reasons we set up a new arts and technology agency and projects delivered to date. Our thanks to journalist Matt Gooding for getting in touch.
Artists, APPLY NOW! Real Time Lab s a five day artist lab taking place at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, exploring the emerging territories of locative media, internet of things and the public realm. Deadline 24 December 2015.