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Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing:

The Culture Capital Exchange and

Creativeworks London

Sally Taylor

Executive Director TCCE

what is tcce
What is TCCE

TCCE is a membership organisation made up of 10 HEIs promoting the exchange of knowledge and expertise with the capital’s creative and cultural sectors.(CCIs)

We grew out of the very successful London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange (LCACE) established in Dec 2004 through HEIF 2 funds.

We aim to

1. foster enhanced relationships with Private sector and CCIs for our universities to develop collaborations and generate income based on research.

2. Support Knowledge Exchange, research collaboration and impacts between the membership and CCIs

TCCE adds value by supporting its University partners’ links with the creative sectors by:
  • fostering dialogue, debate and networking between higher education and the cultural and creative industries
  • showcasing excellence in higher education research, and consultancy
  • advocating the role of higher education in the CCIs
  • encouraging collaborative working between Universities
  • using our networks to support KE initiatives
from lcace to tcce
  • 2004 – 2006 Phase 1 HEIF 2 Funding. 7 Partners.
  • 2006 – 2008 Phase 2. Each institution continues to support LCACE via individual HEIF allocations. GSMD joins LCACE.
  • 2008 – 2011 Phase 3. Ditto. University of the Arts joins.
  • 2011 Independent company The Culture Capital Exchange is set up. 10 member institutions.
tcce activities
TCCE activities
  • TCCE actively involves the membership in a wide range of activities.
  • Events this year: Building Intl Collaborations, European Funding for Research, a 3 part series on The Creative Process with the British Academy. Information event on the REF. Meet the Curators
  • Inside Out Festival. October 2012 and October 2013
  • Formal and informal networking opps, ‘Chatham House rule’ dinners in collaboration with St George’s House.
  • Annual conference. 2013 theme: Creativity and Business. Previous: Research As Exhibition (with Tate), Culture and Consequence and The Art of Partnerships.
  • TCCE supports individual academics with their KE and Public Engagement work - ‘The Rules of Engagement’
  • Extensive web based support for research and events.
why does it work
Why does it work?
  • Built on a basis of ‘ Who can we work with?’
  • HEIs with complementary strengths
  • Support mechanisms within the Universities
  • Academic ‘Champions’
  • Building extensive networks including IROs
  • Value for HEIs in cross University working
  • Supporting KE/ Impact/ Public Engagement work

What is Creativeworks London?

Creativeworks London is one of four major AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) funded Knowledge Exchange hubs in the UK led by Queen Mary, University of London and The Culture Capital Exchange.

It has been established to bring together the capital’s cultural and creative industries with its arts and humanities research community.

Creativeworks London is a partnership involving 38 London-based research organisations, museums, libraries, archives and other institutions key to the creative economy in London.


What does Creativeworks London do?

Our aim is to fuse London’s creative economy with some of the finest research institutions in the world. To achieve this we:

Undertake original research on key aspects of the creative economy in London: particularly focused on audiences; on the digital economy; and on place/work/knowledge.

Provide policy advice based on this research.

Provide funding to enable the development of significant and sustainable relationships between research institutions and SMEs in London.

This area of work of the Hub is delivered by The Culture Capital Exchange


Creativeworks London

Knowledge Exchange Programme

Creative Vouchers Scheme.

PhD-In-Residence Scheme.

Creative Entrepreneur-In-Residence Scheme.


Creativeworks London - The Story so far

Since Creativeworks London launch in September 2012 we have:

Curated 16 events bringing together over 700 people

Distributed 8 newsletters each to over 3500 people.

Hosted 6 roundtable discussions.

Presented at 12 external conferences and workshops.

Creative Vouchers Scheme

Within the first 3 rounds: 51 eligible applications, 19 vouchers awarded to work with 10 different Universities. Moti Roti, Soda, Stromatolite,BAC, Arcola Theatre, Spitalfields Music, Prossimo Ventures, Chatterbox.

PhD-In-Residence Scheme

Within the first round: 21 projects from 17 SMEs, 31 PhDs applied from 6 Universities. 6 Awarded. Corey Baker Dance, Furtherfield.

Creative Entrepreneurs in Residence 50 applications received, 11 awards

Patrick Laing, Tony White. Everton Wright


Creativeworks London Research Partners

  • Roehampton University
  • Royal Holloway, University of London
  • School of Oriental and African Studies
  • Trinity Laban
  • C4CC University of London
  • University of the Arts London
  • British Library
  • British Museum
  • National Archives
  • Tate
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Birkbeck, University of London
  • Central School of Speech and Drama
  • City University
  • Courtauld Institute of Art
  • Guildhall School of Music and Drama
  • Goldsmiths, University of London
  • King’s College London
  • Institute of Education
  • Kingston University
  • Queen Mary, University of London
lessons learnt
Lessons learnt
  • Networks are key, you cannot create them overnight.
  • Building trust is vital
  • University politics can be horrendous
  • Partnership with all is impossible
  • You can only play ball with those who want to play ball
  • Flexibility and light touch generate good projects.
  • Early career researchers are rising to the challenge
  • University finances are a quagmire
  • ERDF !!!!
  • Communicate, Communicate, Communicate……..

For more information please contact:

Creativeworks London

Phone: 020 7420 9436

Email: [email protected]

Twitter: @Cworksldn