Bronze Medallists for the Award for the Creative Cultural Project

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Theme: Culture

Congratulations to the excellent projects that have been awarded bronze medals for the Award for Creative Cultural Project:

De Montfort University - BBC Radio 4 ‘Sport and the British Series’ is a analysing the origins and evolution of British sport from the 18th Century to the present, including Britain's unique contribution to the Olympic movement. For more info visit www.dmu.ac.uk/sportshistory

Goldsmiths - Bus-Tops is a collaborative art project made up of screen based sculptural installations on the roofs of bus shelters across London following online submissions from members of the public and professional artists. For more info visit http://bus-tops.com

London Metropolitan and Queen Mary Universities have delivered activities as part “High Street 2012”, the ambitious project to improve London life along the route that connects the City at Aldgate to the London 2012 Olympic Park at Stratford. Queen Mary’s “Living Map” and London Met’s “Aldgate Project” are area-based initiatives that respond to this challenge by regenerating some of the key gateways to the Olympic Park. For more info: http://www.highstreet2012.com/

Loughborough University - 2012 Choral Composing Competition has been introduced to create a new sporting anthem for the University Choir to perform during the 2012 Games celebrations and hosting of GB and Japanese training camps. For more info contact: n.slater@lboro.ac.uk or visit http://arts.lboro.ac.uk/.

#media2012  "The citizen newswire for London 2012” is the world’s first Olympic & Paralympic citizen media centre curating a social media legacy for London 2012 by operating a nationwide newswire during the Games. More info: email@andymiah.net / http://www.media2012.org.uk.

Staffordshire University - Farmers on Film is a series of short video profiles of farmers and food producers across Staffordshire created by film students at the University to promote regional produce ahead of the London 2012 Games. For more info: jon.fairburn@staffs.ac.uk / http://vimeo.com/channels/farmersonfilm.

University of Ulster - Sport for Peace aims to encourage people to become engaged in activities not normally associated with their community background, while using sport as a medium to develop understanding of other cultures, build trust and challenge perceptions. For more info:k.ferguson@ulster.ac.uk / http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/sports/consultancy/

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