Challenge Discovery Workshops are fun and informal scoping and shaping sessions that pave the way to more focused ideas for Creative Informatics Challenge Holder applications.
Applications for Round 6 Challenge Holders open on Monday 13th September and close on Wednesday 3rd November 2021.
If you are interested in applying as a Creative Informatics Challenge Holder now, or in the future, we would encourage you to join us to find out more about the Challenge Project process and discuss your ideas with the Creative Informatics team, who can help you identify and articulate potential opportunities for innovation and creativity in your organisation.
You can find out more about Challenge Project and view Challenge Briefs from our current Challenge Holders at https://creativeinformatics.org/challenge-projects/
At the end of the workshop participants should have a better understanding of how Challenge Projects work and ideas and resources to help them develop potential Challenge Holder applications now, or in the future.
This workshop is open to anyone working in or with the creative industries in Edinburgh and South East Scotland.
Details of how to join the workshop will be sent to registered participants before the session starts.
About Creative Informatics
Creative Informatics is a collaboration across the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University, Codebase and Creative Edinburgh.
Funded by the Creative Industries Clusters Programme managed by the Arts & Humanities Research Council as part of the Industrial Strategy, with additional support from the Scottish Funding Council. The programme is part of the City Region Deal Data Driven Innovation initiative.
Find out more at https://creativeinformatics.org/
In providing your completed registration response you are giving explicit consent for us to use this data in our programme monitoring and reporting processes. The data is managed confidentially. Your data will be held and used by the Creative Informatics delivery team based at the University of Edinburgh with some data shared with our funders the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Policy and Evidence Centre based at Nesta. Your data will only be reported in anonymous aggregated forms and will always be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and therefore also in accordance with the General Data Protection Act 2018 and therefore also in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).