Stop, Collaborate and Celebrate was a partnership networking event delivered by Cultural Enterprise Office and Creative Dundee. The event took place on Thursday 19 December 2013 in Dundee. The event invited creatives to leave the studio behind for one night and come together to share, connect and indulge in collaboration. As a partner in the Open Innovation Project, Cultural Enterprise Office joined forces with Creative Dundee to showcase and explore how collaborating and innovating with partners by sharing the risks and rewards unlocks creative businesses' commercial and creative potential via open innovation techniques and practices.
Lyall Bruce, Director, Creative Dundee delivered a lively, interactive Pecha Kucha presentation that celebrated and profiled collaborative projects in Dundee including Skill Share, Service Jam, Neon Digital Arts Festival and Other a horror game developed by Quartic Llama, the National Theatre of Scotland, Dundee Rep and Dundee based writers, musicians and actors.
Hosted by Gillian Easson, Director, Creative Dundee, there were also presentations from Verity McIntosh, Studio Producer at Watershed's multi-disciplinary R&D lab, the Pervasive Media Studio and Pecha Kucha presentations from: Fi Scott, Director, Make Works; Alice Dansey-Wright, Illustrator; Ben Spencer, Producer, Velocity; and, Mark Hogarth, Creative Director, Harris Tweed Hebrides. Visit vimeo.com/ceoscotland to see all the films.
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