The Cultural Capital Exchange will run two Knowledge Exchange sessions on 20 November 2019: 2pm - 8pm Clarence Centre, St George’s Circus, London SE1 6FE
On 20th November the TCCE are running two sessions that will open up for scrutiny these developments and will shine a light on existing models of good practice in Knowledge Exchange. The first session will bring together policy-makers, academics, funders and cultural practitioners to share information, best practice and discussion. The second session, under the banner of TCCE’s Creative Entrepreneurship Forum, showcases a number of active case-studies in Knowledge Exchange between researchers and the arts, cultural and/or creative sectors.
Part 1 Undertaking, supporting and advocating for impactful KE and its values beyond the academy 2pm - 5pm 20th November 2019
As interest in Knowledge Exchange continues apace, both within and beyond the academy, this half-day workshop sets out to focus on the implications of Knowledge Exchange Framework for researchers, academic professionals and external industry partners; in particular those from the arts, cultural and creative industries. It will shine a light on current policy developments and institutional support mechanisms in Knowledge Exchange as well as showcasing various modes of Knowledge Exchange, how these are being enacted, with whom and to what effects. Moreover, it will also provide a space to reflect on how, going forward, KE might better be advocated for and supported. Contributors include:
Free to TCCE Members (please sign up with your institutional email address. TCCE members are clearly listed on the booking page).
We also have an allocated number of tickets available to non-member HEIs and organisations £50. Book Part 1 here
Part 2 TCCE Creative Entrepreneurship Forum 5.30pm - 8.00pm, 20th November 2019 Book here
TCCE Creative Entrepreneurship Forum sets out to explore how academics and sector partners are undertaking impactful collaborative research and how knowledge exchange can provide “bottom up” leadership within the field. It will also explore what opportunities KEF might provide to support and develop these leadership roles within academia and the arts, cultural and creative industries.
It will provide insights on the recent KEF Pilot as well as case studies in undertaking successful Knowledge Exchange. Contributors will include:
We also have an allocated number of tickets available to non-member HEIs and organisations £25. Book Part 2 here