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The Creative Economy Programme's focus is on enhancing and extending the Arts & Humanities Research Council’s reach in the creative econo...
The Creative Economy Programme's focus is on enhancing and extending the Arts & Humanities Research Council’s reach in the creative economy, emphasising the importance of arts and humanities research in generating impact across the sector, ranging from micro-businesses to large corporations. It helps to develop thinking around research in the creative economy, building innovative new partnerships and championing the importance of collaboration in this important sector of the UK economy.

New Sounds New Styles

New Sounds New Styles, took place on 14 Dec 2017, was a one-day exploration and celebration of immersive audio and VR, showcasing the best in current research, authoring, design and performance curated by celebrated music designer Malcolm Garrett.

New Sounds New Styles is managed by the AHRC Creative Economy Programme and supported by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and the Digital Catapult.

https://ceprogramme.com/nsns
New Sounds New Styles, took place on 14 Dec 2017, was a one-day exploration and celebration of immersive audio and VR, showcasing the best in current research, authoring, design and performance curated by celebrated music designer Malcolm Garrett....
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