Posted on: 31st January, 2014
19th March, 2007
The Art of Partnership was a one-day conference developed by LCACE to stimulate thinking about and awareness of the potential for collaborations between Higher Education and the arts/cultural industries.
The conference provided a platform to discuss how Knowledge Exchange between HE and the arts/cultural industries is working, examined how such partnerships are being recognised within the wider context of the Knowledge Economy, highlighted models of innovative practice between the two sectors and encouraged networking and knowledge sharing between the two sectors.
The event was attended by academics and university Knowledge Transfer professionals, arts/cultural industries professionals, practitioners and policy makers.
You can read a written summary of the conference here.
Contributors/Speakers: Professor Rick Trainor, King’s College London; Charles Saumarez-Smith, National Gallery; Charles Leadbeater, Innovation and creativity expert; Bronac Ferran, ACE Westminster; Richard Halkett, NESTA; Lisa Mooney-Smith, Research Exchange Network; Dr Mark Miodownik, KCL; Sally Jane Norman, Newcastle University; Julie Taylor AHRC.
"Our DNA is pretty much contained in screens" @jamesemarks, PlayLa.bZ Co-Founder Calling all #SpatialCadetZ join the others blurring arts & culture boundaries at @InfoTCCE exploring #EmTech learning collaborations & DIY multi-dimensional motion arts for #SocialGood pic.twitter.com/rTYMnOKBTi