Curating Collaboration: An interactive visualisation of the NCACE Ideas Pool process, impacts and outcomes

NCACE Ideas Pools are opportunities for arts and culture sector organisations and artists to meet potential collaborators from the higher education sector through workshops focused on the four NCACE key themes of Place-making and Levelling Up, Environment and Climate Emergency, Health and Wellbeing, and Technology for Social Good, and informal speed networking with a wide range of potential partners and collaborators. They also showcase examples of a range of excellent Cultural Knowledge Exchange and trans-disciplinary research, as well as information from funders including AHRC and UKRI regarding their priorities and opportunities for support work of this nature. Wherever possible NCACE offers a small amount of match funding support to a limited number of potential collaborations arising from connections made at the Ideas Pool.
We were delighted to work with Professor Penny Hay (Bath Spa University & House of Imagination) and Dave Webb (The Studio, Bath Spa University) on this interactive visualisation of the Ideas Pool process and some of the outcomes of our 2nd Ideas Pool. The visualisation is best viewed on a laptop, desktop or tablet screen rather than a phone.