Articles Tagged: bursary 2013

News: New Partnerships for The Writing Platform

You can download the press release as a PDF here: QUT and BSU partner with The Writing Platform Queensland University of Technology invests in The Writing Platform and Bath Spa University extends its support in 2014  Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has invested in UK project The Writing Platform, becoming its official Australian partner. It joins… Read more »

Invisible Islands – It’s a Wrap: Diary Entry #5, Bursary 2013

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The Writing Platform bursaries have come to a close. We caught up with Laura Grace and Caden Lovelace, creators of Invisible Islands. Caden and Laura applied for The Writing Platform bursary individually and have been paired together by the selection panel who felt that their shared areas of interest, along with their enthusiasm for working with… Read more »

Invisible Islands: Diary Entry #3, Bursary 2013

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Caden Lovelace and Laura Grace applied for The Writing Platform bursary individually and have been paired together by the selection panel who felt that their shared areas of interest, along with their enthusiasm for working with a new, previously unknown, partner would make for an exciting creative journey. Read the project wrap interview here. You can hear from… Read more »

Creative Matchmaking: Diary Entry #2, Bursary 2013

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The second of the two teams awarded The Writing Platform bursary fill us in on their progress: Caden Lovelace and Laura Grace applied for the bursary individually and have been paired together by the selection panel who felt that their shared areas of interest, along with their enthusiasm for working with a new, previously unknown, partner would make for… Read more »

Fabler – The Story So Far: Diary Entry #1, Bursary 2013

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The first of two teams awarded The Writing Platform bursary fill us in on their progress: Actor and writer Ben Gwalchmai and poet and developer James Wheale used the bursary to build on their existing work on story and movement and build a prototype of a mobile app called Fabler. Fabler enables users to experience story through movement: stories… Read more »

The Writing Platform Bursary, supported by NALD Futures Fund, awarded

The Writing Platform is pleased to announce the first beneficiaries of its bursary scheme awarding two writer-technologist partnerships with £3000 each. The Bursaries have been awarded to Caden Lovelace @neoeno & Laura Grace @usherette and Ben Gwalchmai @BenGwalchmai & James Wheale @JamesWheale, both partnerships will work on a jointly conceived digital literature project for three months (from… Read more »

The Writing Platform Bursary – Supported by the NALD Futures Fund

The Writing Platform Bursary, supported by the NALD Futures Fund, is designed to support inter-disciplinary learning and collaboration between writers and technologists. The fund will support two one-off bursaries of £3000. Each bursary will be allocated to a project team, consisting of one writer and one technologist, who will work on a jointly-conceived digital literature project… Read more »