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The Trans National Creative Exchange. 

The Trans National Creative Exchange (TNCE) is funded by Creative Europe Cooperation project and led by members of the creative and digital industries research and innovation hub. It brings together international partners including Solent Showcase Gallery, Cork Institute of Technology, Wandesford Quay Gallery, The Hague University of Applied Science, Rencontre Audiovisuelles and the China Academy of Art/Shanghai Institute of Design/Sino British Design Centre.The exchange provides an international platform for emerging creative talent from Europe and China - encouraging partnerships, experimentation and growth. It fosters both professional practitioners and students in the development and internationalisation of their careers.

Arts and Humanities Research Council: Research in Film Awards 

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Research in Film Awards are designed to showcase, reward and recognise the best of the large and increasing number of high-quality short films produced as outputs or by-products of arts and humanities research. Senior lecturer Julian Konczak's film 'A Polish Journey' has beenshortlisted for an 'Innovation in Film' Award.The awards recognise the creative and innovative work being undertaken at the interface between research and film by world-leading researchers and practitioners and filmmakers in the UK arts and humanities research community.

Rike awards:

RIKE Innovation Award

Sarah Filmer, Associate Lecturer, School of Art, Design and Fashion. God’s House Tower – A Reincarnation.


RIKE Research Award

Dr Flavia Loscialpo, Research Fellow, MA Coordinator, School of Art, Design and Fashion. In between materiality and immateriality: fashion in the digital age’. International collaborative project.


RIKE Research Award

Professor Tim Wilks, PhD, School of Art, Design and Fashion. Imaging and interpreting a daktyliotheca – the Archbishop Robinson Collection.


RIKE Research Award

Dr Christos Chousidis, Lecturer, School of Media Arts and Technology. Developing a wireless audio networking system: Modifications of the IEEE 802.11 (WIFI) medium access control (MAC) algorithm to support real-time, professional standard, wireless audio networks.

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