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Several of the fellowships were hosted in Cambridge, with connections to larger programmes of Crucible work:
 
Several of the fellowships were hosted in Cambridge, with connections to larger programmes of Crucible work:
  
* [[Wayne MacGregor]] working with [[Roz McCarthy]]
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* [[Wayne MacGregor]] working with [[Roz McCarthy]] on the [[Choreography and Cognition]] project
 
* [[Alejandro Vinao]] working with [[Ian Cross]]
 
* [[Alejandro Vinao]] working with [[Ian Cross]]
* [[Simon Biggs]] working with [[Eugene Terentjev]]
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* [[Simon Biggs]] working with [[Eugene Terentjev]] on the [[Reactive materials in public art]] project
  
 
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Revision as of 08:36, 10 August 2011

This programme funded by the Arts Council of England with AHRC was developed by Bronac Ferrran, building on findings from the Crucible pilot programme of New Technology Arts Fellowships. The national programme included 35 Fellowships around the UK, with regular contact between the individual projects and reflective sharing of collaborative experiences coordinated by James Leach

Several of the fellowships were hosted in Cambridge, with connections to larger programmes of Crucible work: