Partnerships

Our unique approach to the creation of both digital and traditional interpretation, from development of strategy to onsite delivery and training, offers huge potential for our church, visitor attraction and educational organisation partners.

We combine high-quality academic research with cutting-edge digital techniques to create accessible, engaging materials that acknowledge the level of understanding and sensitivity required by the buildings with which we work.

See below for a list of our partnership projects.

2014

Hexham Abbey was built by St Wilfrid in the 7th century and still retains its original crypt, built using re-used Roman stone. Using 3D visualization, the collaboration produced an interactive touchscreen for the abbey's new visitor centre that charted the building's development, explored the Saxon crypt, and placed carved stone fragments back into their original contexts.

2013

In 2013, Norwich was one of five cathedrals chosen to be part of a grant-funded pilot project to develop modestly-priced interpretation resources which could serve as exemplars for churches and cathedrals with limited budgets.

2013

In 2013, Winchester was one of five cathedrals chosen to be part of a grant-funded pilot project to develop modestly-priced interpretation resources which could serve as exemplars for churches and cathedrals with limited budgets.

2012 and 2017-2018

Auckland Castle in County Durham has a long history. It has been an important centre of power since the Norman Conquest in the 11th Century, and was the palace of the Prince Bishops of Durham for nearly 900 years. It is also the home of many works of art, including Jacob and his Twelve Sons by the celebrated Spanish painter Francisco de Zurbarán.

2010 and 2013

A long-term collaboration between C&C and the church of Holy Trinity Micklegate in York, the 'Micklegate Priory Revealed' project explored the 15th-century Benedictine monastery, of which the current parish church was a small part. An interactive touchscreen is situated in the church that provides access to the selection of 3D visualizations produced during the project.

2013

In 2013, Ripon was funded to develop small-scale interpretation for the nave which could provide visitors with insights into the cathedral's remarkable 7th-century crypt and the life of St Wilfrid who created it.