BOM is forging a new model of radical practice at the intersection of art, technology & science with measurable social impact. By making sustained investment in a community of Fellows and developing strategic partnerships, BOM tests pioneering ideas that investigate the transformative value of the arts across education, health and society.
The Public Engagement with Research Committee has cultivated a special relationship with BOM since it’s opening in 2015 and we have been working with them to support creative research-led public engagement activity. See our case studies section for examples of this.
We have hosted events and training at BOM and the intention is to do even more work together in future.
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We will also update this page with any specific events we have planned with BOM so check out our events pages and calendar.
Pro-Vice Chancellor Tim Softley and Professor Bryan Turner with Louise Latter and Karen Newman from BOM.