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2Nd May - Hackademia 3.0 - The 5x5x5 Culture Hack

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Date:    Wednesday 2nd May, 2018
Time:   10.30am to 4.00pm (Registration @ 10am)
Venue: Blue Hall, Busworks, 39-41 North Road, N7 9DP

Dear ,


TCCE’s 3rd iteration of Hackademia - 5x5x5 Culture Hack is being developed for ECRs, Artists and creative SMEs with playful opportunities to: role-play, collaborate, hack research, artistic and business ideas, expand works and meet potential collaborators from outside their own sectors and institutions. It comes at a point in Higher Education where Impact, Knowledge Exchange and Public Engagement are being increasingly better understood and valued, and we are witnessing an unprecedented desire for collaborations between and beyond fields and disciplines.

In this 5x5x5 Culture Hack, we will give 5 ECRs, 5 artists and 5 representatives from small arts or creative companies the chance to pitch their ideas for new collaborative activities. Please note that we are asking people with ideas for new collaborations specifically in the themes outlined below. In the context of the event, these people will be known as ‘provocateurs’.

As an event participant, you can sign up to the event as a provocateur and/or alternatively as a collaborator / hacker.  Provocateurs should be prepared to give a 3 minute pitch on a pre-submitted idea at the drop of a hat (literally, names will be drawn out of a hat).  Groups of collaborators will coalesce around their chosen provocateur to hack their research idea, artistic proposal or creative business proposal from a range of different disciplinary, research and practise perspectives. It is expected that you will have a genuine interest in helping that idea come to fruition.

Undercover talent scouts will be in the space, and will offer ongoing mentoring and support to the most interesting hacks.


We are looking for ideas that have the potential to form the basis of larger research projects, grant applications or new business ideas.  We have therefore carefully scanned the recurrent funding priorities, shared across Research Councils, and Trusts and Foundations, and shortlisted 3 themes that we feel will be fruitful to interdisciplinary collaboration. Provocateurs should address:

  • Connected Communities / Digitally Connected Citizens

  • Innovations in Health and Social care

  • Sustainability / Resilience

We absolutely welcome creative interpretation of these themes, and a range of different approaches .



The event is open to Early Career Researchers, artists, arts organisations and creative SMEs.

The non-negotiables:-

  • Researchers MUST be affiliated with a TCCE member HEI - check here.

  • Would-be provocateurs are requested to submit a short synopsis of their idea upon booking

  • Would-be provocateurs should be prepared to participate as a hacker / collaborator if not randomly selected as a provocateur.

  • We would also ask that collaborators and hackers participate in this 5 x 5 x 5 Culture Hack with a spirit of generosity and openness.



Limited availability allocated on a first come, first served basis and will be assigned in equal number between researchers and creatives.

Please note that TCCE is a small and unfunded organisation.  Whilst this event is free to participants, it does cost us to produce.  Please do not sign up and not attend as this compromises the quality of the experience for all, and our ability to be able to offer free events in the future. Please note it is our policy to apply a £50 cancellation fee to people who book and who do not notify us 48 hours in advance if they can no longer attend.

We look forward to hearing from you,

The Culture Capital Exchange TEAM


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