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Three new funding schemes for 2014-15 are now available from CePRA for events, workshops, performances, or other activities relating to practice-led research. For further details, visit our Funding Opportunities page.

A new CD release from composer Scott McLaughlin has been made possible with funds from CePRA: ‘There are neither wholes nor parts. Listening is the act of choosing the scale on which we perceive forms — each part is merely a whole on a deeper stratum. The pieces collected here...

Two Deputy Directors have been appointed to support the work of CePRA. We would like to welcome Scott McLaughlin and Fiona Bannon, who will share the Deputy role from 2013-14 onwards.    

Applications are invited from staff in the faculty of PVAC for this new role. Centre for Practice-led Research in the Arts (CePRA) Deputy Director Expressions of interest should be directed to: Ewan Stefani (e.j.stefani@leeds.ac.uk) by 16th September 2013. Role Description The length of the Deputy Director’s appointment will normally be...

CePRA offered £1000 towards a forum exploring the legacy of experimental composer Cornelius Cardew, as explained by Linzi Stauvers: “On 18 January 2013, a film document of John Tilbury’s improvised piano performance of Cornelius Cardew’s The Tiger’s Mind (1967) was screened as part of an art exhibition in the decommissioned...

CePRA have announced a new funding scheme to provide each School/Institute within PVAC with targeted funding to assist with the preparation and documentation of practice-led research outputs for REF 2014. Each School/Institute within PVAC will be given the opportunity to apply for funds of up to £1,200. Applications should be...

CePRA have announced a new funding scheme to provide each School/Institute within PVAC with targeted funding to assist with the preparation and documentation of practice-led research outputs for REF 2014. Each School/Institute within PVAC will be given the opportunity to apply for funds of up to £1,200. Applications should be...