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Creative Industries

26 June 2024

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Section 28 and its afterlives in the South West

Section 28 and its afterlives in the South West is a project co-led by Dr Helen Birkett, Dr Chris Sandal-Wilson, and Dr Hannah Young, with support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Below we explore how their collaboration with the Intercom Trust raises awareness of the lasting issues for the LGBTQ+ community…

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31 May 2024

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Rumour buster for businesses looking to work with the University of Exeter

Are you a business thinking about collaborating with us? Are you unsure what the University of Exeter can offer you? Or, do you think universities are just for students? Read on to debunk any lingering misconceptions.

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14 July 2022

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The Neptune Dress

A unique two-piece dress has been designed and made by Cecilia Mary Robson, Lead Designer at TeX Innovation, Portreath. TeX Innovation is a textile recycling business currently repurposing textile waste from some of the 300 textile businesses trading in Cornwall. 

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22 November 2019

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Exeter awarded UNESCO City of Literature status

After a successful bid led by Exeter’s Culture Innovation Consultancy team, Exeter has joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

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17 April 2018

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Virtual reality in-flight training

Find out how the University of Exeter is helping to develop virtual reality training for pilots.

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17 April 2018

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Preserving, conserving and presenting cultural heritage

In 2004 Professors Gabriella Giannachi and Nick Kaye set up the University of Exeter’s Centre for Intermedia and Creative Technology, which promoted advanced interdisciplinary research in performance and the arts.

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15 December 2014

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Applied theatre as intervention in wellbeing

Research into Applied Theatre has focused on the use of theatre as a means of raising public and professional awareness of the cultural contexts and experience of illness. The University of Exeter Drama department’s research in Applied Theatre has had impact in the improvement of community understandings of mental health. It provides professional development…

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