Explore a selection of our current and past research projects.
The project explores the international study of the conceptual, practical, documentation and curation of spontaneous memorials after traumatic events.
The project explores the partnership delivery of cultural infrastructure projects in the North of England and beyond.
Department for Culture Media and Sport Cultural Placemaking and Levelling Up.
The project brings together expertise, research power, and emerging disciplinary lenses in agenda-setting and scoping.
Impacts on the cultural industries and the implications for policy.
The Institute for Cultural Practices (ICP) is proud to play a leading role in the AHRC Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre
A Manchester-focused case study responding directly to its climate action policies.
Exploring the opportunities and barriers for working in the creative sector in rural Cheshire.
Green Infrastructure and the Health and Wellbeing Influences on an Ageing Population.
Creating an online exhibition of the Manchester Art Museum from 1886-1953.
We are leading on a programme of research related to the spontaneous memorials of the Manchester Arena attack (photo courtesy of MCC).
Researching the archive of the art dealers Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd, acquired by the National Gallery.
An inter-disciplinary group of university academics, museum curators and Tibetan specialists.
Empowering victims of war through art and culture: developing a museum of war, peace and memory in Kosovo.
A five year programme run by Y Touring Theatre Company, stimulating debate amongst young people.
A co-research project and supportive network with and for international women artists based in the North West of England.
This project proposes a radical re-evaluation of the relationship between participation and cultural value.
The project will explore a series of credible end state scenarios for the Sellafield site.
Merging physical and virtual interfaces to create eXtended Reality (XR) experiences for cultural audiences (July – December 2021).
We have a diverse and dynamic postgraduate community.