Fulcrum Arts and Research – call for researchers to collaborate in art project

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Fulcrum Arts and Research –a new North East based organisation – are looking for researchers to work with them collaboratively to develop and deliver art events which communicate scientific ideas, and potentially generate research data – see below!

Fulcrum Arts and Research is a new North East based organisation delivering high quality, useful and entertaining participatory arts events which communicate scientific ideas and generate new research data. We create playful, intelligent opportunities for members of the public to participate in, and gain a deeper understanding of, current scientific practice and debate. Working with practitioners from a wildly various range of disciplines we collaborate to create performances, exhibitions, films, zines, conferences and workshops; introducing new audiences to research and generating understanding, debate, participation and fun….

Call out: Researchers interested in public engagement through the arts.

Time commitment: initially attendance at one 2 to 3 hour meeting / workshop with the company. By May 2013 we hope to have found 2 to 4 researchers who will collaborate with the company regularly / for a least one substantial project.

Research topics: Any science based topics, but the company is particularly interested in collaborating with researchers who are working on / have expertise in: ageing, ASD’s / developmental / learning disabilities, wellbeing, neurobiology, social change through enterprise, women and STEM

For more info please contact: info.fulcrumgroup@gmail.com


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