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Bronac is a freelance writer, researcher and producer working nationally and internationally in the field of media art, art law and interdisciplinary practice. She is also a part-time academic at the Royal College of Art's Industrial Design Engineering Department. She was formerly Director of Interdisciplinary Arts at Arts Council England, and served on the Adelphi Commission for Intellectual Property, the DCMS/AHRC Research and Knowledge Transfer taskgroup as well as the Creative Economy taskgroup on Intellectual Property and Competitiveness.
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Bronac is a freelance writer, researcher and producer working nationally and internationally in the field of media art, art law and interdisciplinary practice. She is also a part-time academic at the [[Royal College of Art]] Industrial Design Engineering Department. She was formerly Director of Interdisciplinary Arts at Arts Council England, and served on the Adelphi Commission for Intellectual Property, the DCMS/AHRC Research and Knowledge Transfer taskgroup as well as the Creative Economy taskgroup on Intellectual Property and Competitiveness.
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Crucible projects:
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* [[Collaboration and Ownership in the Digital Economy]]
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* [[New Technology Arts Fellowships]]
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* [[Art and science research fellowships]]
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* [[Interact Artists in Industry]]
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* [[Drawing at a distance]]
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Crucible collaborators include:
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* [[Alan Blackwell]]
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* [[Giles Lane]]
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* [[James Leach]]
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* [[Richard Harper]]
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* [[Quentin Stafford-Fraser]]
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Latest revision as of 15:48, 30 August 2011

Bronac is a freelance writer, researcher and producer working nationally and internationally in the field of media art, art law and interdisciplinary practice. She is also a part-time academic at the Royal College of Art Industrial Design Engineering Department. She was formerly Director of Interdisciplinary Arts at Arts Council England, and served on the Adelphi Commission for Intellectual Property, the DCMS/AHRC Research and Knowledge Transfer taskgroup as well as the Creative Economy taskgroup on Intellectual Property and Competitiveness.

Crucible projects:

Crucible collaborators include: