Welcome to the Institute of Cultural Capital
The Institute of Cultural Capital is a strategic collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.
The Institute of Cultural Capital (ICC) conducts collaborative and interdisciplinary research that critically examines the role and value of cultural interventions in urban environment, from grassroots initiatives to large-scale cultural events and festivals.
Established in 2010, this leading centre of cultural policy research is a strategic collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.
Our research is structured around three core themes: Cultural Policy & Major events; Cultural Value & Public Policy; and Cultural Assets & Social Value. The institute if led by a core team of internationally acclaimed researchers and draws upon the considerable expertise of partner institutions and a global community of cultural policy experts.
For further information about our current research and to meet members of the team please visit the ICC website
A global conversation
Cities of Culture, 30 years on. Who has the edge?
International symposium 18/19 October 2018 – Liverpool
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A community of internationally acclaimed scholars
Liverpool Screen School hosts the Institute of Cultural Capital, established in 2010, a leading centre of cultural policy research and a strategic collaboration between the University of Liverpool and LJMU.