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Cultural Connections with Duet

DUET was an ambitious piece of work about finding space for reflection, expression and connection in our daily lives. DUET anonymously connects participants from the UK and India, allowing them to build a unique relationship with someone on the other side of the world for up to a year. Participants are invited to exchange details […]

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Istanbul with British Council

We also worked with British Council to build new relationship in Quebec, Canada. AltCity Istanbul is a partnership project by the British Council and Digital.logue, an interactive platform supported by Zorlu Holding and Zorlu Performing in Arts Centre to accelerate digital transformation. To view the film about the residency, please see below video: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=hY1yUPE8TZ8

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TECHNOLOGY: PAST & FUTURE

This FREE Pop Up Digital Art Exhibition was displayed in the public foyer of the University of Salford, MediaCityUK Campus. Pioneers of outdoor arts and cultural events, Quays Culture commissioned the display to draw on the region’s unique talents in the field of digital arts. Quays Culture brings together a new fusion of art and […]

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Lightwaves (December 2018)

Please see highlights from our 2018 Lightwaves event: The unmissable Lightwaves festival returned to Salford Quays for 10 days from 7-16 December 2018. Eighteen digital and interactive artworks illuminated the Quays, inspiring audiences of all ages with over 330,000 visitors during the festival. The line-up featured two brand new large-scale commissions from artists Stanza and […]

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2018 Events

LIGHTWAVES 2018 Download the Lightwaves Leaflet and map At the end of 2018 we had our unmissable Lightwaves festival return to Salford Quays for 10 days during December, packed full of impressive light displays and playful art installations. The festival ran from Friday 7 December until Sunday 16 December 2018. #Lightwaves2018 Artworks were exhibited on […]

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