The Centre for Creative and Cultural Practice (CCP) at the University of East London is a platform for interdisciplinary, socially engaged creative practice and radical research. CCP brings together practitioners and researchers in art, moving image, photography, performing and digital arts, architecture, fashion, journalism and creative writing.
The Royal Institute of Art is a leading art institution in higher education located in Stockholm, with a long artistic tradition dating back to 1735. Their education and research form a joint field of knowledge in constant evolution, and their desire for experimentation and critical discussion pushes independent artistic development forward.
LUX is the UK agency for the support and promotion of artists working with the moving image. Founded in 2002 as a not for profit company and charity, it builds on an over 50 year history legacy began with its predecessor organisations the London Filmmaker Co-operative, London Video Arts and the Lux Centre.