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orange background with two blue circles and illustration of two people sitting down and talking with hashtag #ValuingCulture. In large blue circle text reads "Collaborate - A new fund to support collaborative research projects." Smaller blue circle text reads "Centre for Cultural Value".

Missed our Collaborate fund briefing events? You can now watch a recording of the event we held for cultural practitioners on 12 October.

This event, hosted by Lisa Baxter, Collaborate Partnership Manager and Liz Harrop, our Centre Manager, provides more information about the fund and guides you through the application process.

Collaborate expressions of interest now open

The Collaborate fund is now open for expressions of interest from the cultural sector, until 24 November 2021.

The fund has been designed to support the development of collaborative research projects between the cultural sector and academic researchers. Successful projects will contribute to deeper understanding of the differences culture makes to people’s lives and to the range of research methodologies used to explore cultural value.

Before you apply, please read our guidance and FAQs.  You can apply here.

Accessible versions

An easy read version of the guidance, and screencast and easy read versions of the application form are also available.

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