|The Institute of Creative Technologies links the faculties of Humanities, Art and Design, and Computing Sciences and Engineering at De Montfort University and aims to foster collaboration and innovation between these centres and with the outside world.|
|We are based at De Montfort University in Leicester.|
|The Arts and Humanities Research Council supports research within a huge subject domain from traditional humanities subjects, such as history, modern languages and English literature, to the creative and performing arts.|
|Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery.|
|One of the original funding partners, the Department for Trade and Industry has now been replaced by the Department for Business, Enterprise, and Regulatory Reform (BERR).|
|The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is the UK's leading research funding and training agency addressing economic and social concerns.|
|The Narrative Laboratory for the Creative Industries connects small creative businesses working with new media to generate pioneering partnerships.|
|Creative Leicester Shire is a programme set up by the Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Arts Partnership. The Partnership consists of all 10 local authorities in the area and Arts Council England, East Midlands.|
|The South West Creativity Network is a collaboration of academics and media professionals who seek to examine the conditions which motivate and inhibit creativity in interactive TV and film.|
|The Creative Industries Regeneration Team (cirt) offers free, hands-on business advice, support and mentoring for the creative industries in Leicester.|
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CREEM is funded by AHRC, Arts Council England, DTI and ESRC through the Nature of Creativity scheme.