institutions will present an overview of their research interests and ten
projects will be selected to receive seed funding for travel and accommodation.
Jones, Dean, School of Arts and Creative Industries at LSBU, said: “The spirit
of hands-on collaboration and innovation runs deep at LSBU. We are delighted to
find a similarly strong culture and energy at Ryerson, which is clearly
expressed through Ryerson’s entrepreneurial ‘Zones’ and reflected in the ground-breaking
research that FCAD and LSBU conduct within the creative industries.
are eager to exchange knowledge, creative technologies and new funding
opportunities with Ryerson to stimulate new discoveries and connect creative
Falzon, Dean of FCAD, said: “International research opportunities like these
provide a welcome occasion for researchers to get outside the box and see the
world through different cultural lenses, with fresh partners and perspectives. The
opportunity to partner with LSBU on the production of industry-leading research
is the latest in our ongoing efforts to produce original research for the
future of the cultural industries, and adds to our global network of strategic