AHRC Knowledge Exchange Hub

REACT (Research and Enterprise in Arts and Creative Technology) is one of four knowledge exchange hubs awarded nationally as part of a £16 million investment by the Arts and Humanities Research Council for knowledge exchange projects between research academics, creative industry partners and businesses. It will run February 2012-16. Nick Kaye is Co-director of the REACT Hub, with Robert Bickers (University of Bristol), the Hub Director, Jon Dovey (University of West of England), and Clare Reddington for Bristol iShed. The Hub is a partnership between the universities of Bristol, Exeter, UWE, Cardiff and Bath. Contributing partners include BBC, Tate, English Heritage, Hewlett Packard, National Trust, SlingShot, and Welsh National Opera. REACT is supported by an award from the AHRC of £3.9million, with a total project value of £5million. REACT will have two physical locations: at the Watershed in Bristol, and at the Centre for Intermedia at the Innovation Centre at Exeter. Over its 4 year duration, REACT will invest over £3million on up to 70 knowledge exchange projects in the South West and nationally.

For more information, read the university news story and see the REACT webpage