Festival of the Mind 2018 - how to apply.

Ideas Bazaar attendees and exhibitors can now apply for funding to showcase their projects at Festival of the Mind 2018. Further information on the Festival themes and how to apply for funding for your project can be found here.

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Ideas Bazaar 2017

The University of Sheffield’s fourth Ideas Bazaar took place on 13 September 2017. Over 350 people from both the City and the University came together throughout the day. Thank you so much to everyone who attended and helped to make the event such an amazing success and for all your brilliantly creative ideas so far!

Festival of the Mind projects

Festival of the Mind showcases projects co-produced by our research staff and Sheffield’s cultural and creative industries to create a magical series of events for everyone to get involved with.

Projects from previous Festivals>
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What happened at Ideas Bazaar?

The Ideas Bazaar brought together academics, post graduate students and creative practitioners from the City of Sheffield. The day encouraged everyone to discuss their ideas and come up with new and exciting ways to showcase the University’s research during Festival of the Mind 2018. Funding will be available for the best ideas!

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What happened?
whats next

What happens next?

Information on what happens next for Ideas Bazaar exhibitors and attendees and how to apply to take part in Festival of the Mind 2018.

Funding for Festival of the Mind 2018 and how to apply>

The Matchmaker

Multi-award-winning comedy performer and writer Christopher Green was host and cultural matchmaker for the day, linking the University experts with the creative practitioners from our city.

Meet Christopher>
Meet the Matchmaker