Creative Manchester is involved in many research projects, so it is only natural that some have now finished and delivered outstanding findings and results.
Discover our range of past research projects to see Creative Manchester's impact and outputs. Many of these projects continue to inform our research, today.
In partnership with Manchester Camerata, Creative Manchester facilitated a Simon Industrial Fellowship that explored the ‘in the moment’ impact of music in people with dementia.
At a time when physical concerts at the Martin Harris Centre were not possible, Creative Manchester supported a virtual concert series that connected artists with audiences.
Creative Manchester and the Centre for New Writing invited students at Manchester high schools and colleges to send in written responses to life in lockdown.
Ellah Wakatama OBE led the first in an annual series of in-depth interviews with leading contemporary writers.
The ICP and partners are leading on a programme of research related to the spontaneous memorials left in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack.
The University’s partnership with Manchester International Festival led to opportunities for 10 students to work at one of MIF19’s events.
In line with Creative Manchester’s commitment to staff and student wellbeing, we curated two days of live music as a means of relaxation on campus.
There are some incredibly talented researchers working in the Faculty of Humanities, and the In Focus project was designed to shine a light on these inspiring people.