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This session will use expert speakers and student experience to discover the potential barriers to collaboration, before considering ways of overcoming these. This session will consider issues such as managing resources of time and skill, the perils of tokenistic collaboration, gatekeeping, cultural and ideological differences, and physical and digital disconnection. Students will think about their own situations, identified in the first session, and how any barriers they identified there can now be reconsidered.
This workshop is designed for Techne students who are undertaking collaborative or practice-based work as part of their PhD research.
(Co-Chairs) Suzie Leighton / Gemma Outen
Dr Ash Brockwell, artist, writer, and consultant, The London Interdisciplinary School
Ruth Moore, PhD student, University of Exeter & previously Performance Partnerships Manager at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
Katy Vanden, Producer at Cap a Pie Theatre
The Culture Capital Exchange (TCCE) is one of the country’s key Cultural Knowledge Exchange organisations. We have an established and extensive track record of work in supporting collaboration, partnerships, networks and engagements of various kinds between Higher Education and the arts and cultural sectors dating back to since our inception as LCACE in 2005.
TCCE will be running a series of five workshops throughout the 22/23 academic year. These will support collaborative or practice-based students from Techne DTP to build partnerships and working relationships with the arts and cultural sectors. These workshops will enable students to focus on their career development, particularly with reference to working across sectors, and will feature expert speakers from across Higher Education and the arts and culture sectors.