Trans-National Creative Exchange

Southampton Solent University

Cooperation Projects

England

2015

Total project grant (euros)

€199,802.50

Percentage of budget funded

57.66%

Programme

Creative Europe

Sub-programme

Culture

Call number

EACEA 32/2014

Project date

1 Aug 2015 - 31 Jul 2017

Number of partners in project

4

Lead organisation

Southampton Solent University

Partners

Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland;

Stichting Hoger Beroepsonderwijs Haaglanden En Rijnstreek, Netherlands;

Rencontres Audiovisuelles, France;

Southampton Solent University, UK

Trans National Creative Exchange will be an international platform supporting the most exciting emerging creative talent from Europe and China. It will foster both professionals and students in the development and internationalization of their careers, allowing them to work in partnership to experiment, create and present new work for all, whilst gaining valuable experience and establishing professional relationships for their future careers. Bringing together a rich spread of artistic, audio visual, entrepreneurial and technological expertise.

TNCE will foster creative students, graduates and professionals opportunities through:

  • residencies, mentoring, workshops, competitions (interdisciplinary)
  • knowledge sharing (conferences, international events, digital connectivity)
  • showcasing (exhibitions, festivals, virtual exhibitions)

The cutting edge technological and creative expertise within the partnership is pivotal, to maximizing results, with a strong emphasis on the development of digital products to solve solutions in relation to the sharing of result and to reaching new and wider audiences. Between August 2015 and May 2017 the project will achieve:

  • 6 interdisciplinary activities with over 1000 participants and an audience of 6000.
  • Touring physical and digital exhibitions in 5 different countries, delivering new work to new audiences.
  • 5 creative conferences and events relating to internationalization of creative careers.
  • A Virtual Exhibition product.
  • Tested Digital Solutions for the promotion and audience development in the Creative Sector. 
  • Work with 300 children and young people including hard to reach groups in 3 different countries.

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