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Beyond the Campus: Connecting Knowledge and Creative Practice Communities across Higher Education and the Creative Economy  (call for papers)

This research network is funded as part of the AHRC Connected Communities programme, to explore the connections and exchanges across different communities, in particular the academic community and creative/cultural sector practitioners, in relation to the creative economy. It aims to enhance understanding of how collaborations, partnerships and exchanges are built and established and consider how they can have greater impact on the cultural capacity of different places. The network will provide a platform for academics and practitioners to reflect on their work, practice and the impact of their collaborations. Network activities will generate a collection of case studies, interviews and other resource materials to be collated in an open access knowledge bank designed to reach a broader range of people becoming a shared point of reference when establishing new collaborations.


Contributing to the seminar

As part of the call for papers we are looking for two different kinds of contributions:

  • Research papers (maximum of 4) : these papers will provide a theoretical perspective or present research outcomes which help us understand the dynamics of interaction between higher education and the arts and cultural sector. Selected speakers will be given 20 minutes to present their research followed by 10 minutes for Q&A Papers will be made available before or after the seminar on
  • Case studies or reflections from practitioners, academics or policy makers (maximum of 6) : these shorter presentations (10 minutes) aim to creative opportunities for discussion of best practice, case studies and reflecting on the current relationships and modes of interaction between higher education and the arts and cultural sector. The presentations will be organised in panels and will be followed by group discussions.

More information here.

Birmingham City University – 6 November 2013

Deadline to submit your abstract: 3rd September 2013

Information:  or visit


Research Network Organisers: 

  • Dr. Roberta Comunian, Department for Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King’s College London
  • Dr. Abigail Gilmore, Centre for Arts Management and Cultural Policy at the University of Manchester


Local organisers

Dr. Paul Long, Reader in Media and Cultural History, Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research

Birmingham School of Media, Birmingham City University


Source : Dr. Roberta Comunian, Department for Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King’s College London.

Dr. Roberta Comunian also published on CEG :


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