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Doing Things Differently, Helen Martin Studio at Warwick Arts Centre, April 7th 11-15:30

How do we embrace difference and engender an inclusivity in the cultural and creative sectors?

Together with Dr. Vishalakshi Roy, Assistant Professor at School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures (SCAPVC), University of Warwick and Andrea Pulford Director of Planning and Operations at Warwick Arts Centre, Helga Henry and Lara Ratnaraja the Co-Producers of AD:Vantage wanted to further explore inclusion and how, by investing in people with different vantage points and perspectives we can drive fresh/ new thinking and innovation in the cultural and heritage sector.

How Culture Became Digital: A Workshop

On the mornings of 24th & 25th March, staff and students are invited to join us for a workshop on the theme of 'How Culture Became Digital'.

The papers in this workshop form the basis of a special issue of the International Journal of Cultural Policy due for publication in the Autumn of 2022. Colleagues are presenting their work-in-progress for feedback in advance of submission.

Featuring Carolina Bandinelli (University of Warwick) Ole Marius Hylland (Telemark Institute, Norway), Simone Wesner (Birkbeck, University of London), Bjarki Valtysson (University of Copenhagen), Xin Gu (Monash University), Alberto Cossu (University of Leicester), Michael Siciliano (Queen's University, Canada), Egle Rindzevicuite (Kingston University) and David Wright and Clive Gray (University of Warwick).

More details are available here

The Workshop will take place on Teams on the mornings of March 24 and 25th. Please e-mail if you would like to attend.

Fri 25 Feb 2022, 18:01

'Reset' & 'Red Creative': Two presentations from Justin O'Connor

We're delighted to be joined this month by Justin O'Connor, Professor of Cultural Economy at the University of South Australia, for two in-person research events.

On Thursday February 22nd at 4pm in FAB 2.43, Professor O'Connor will present 'Reset: Art and Culture in the Interregum' based on work that has emerged from the Adelaide-based Reset Arts and Culture collaboration, reflecting on the cultural sector's post-pandemic life.

On Friday February 23rd at 3pm in FAB 5.01, Professor O'Connor will present 'Red Creative: China's Cultural Reforms'.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Mon 14 Feb 2022, 14:09 | Tags: Research Seminars, Events, News, International, Research news, Students

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