EVENT ORGANISED BY: Brunel University
ABOUT THIS EVENT
The workshop will explore how to cultivate the conditions for maintaining sustainable partnerships in the Creative Industries, in the context of China-UK collaborations. Through short presentations and break-out sessions we will be exploring:
- What are the models for sustainable partnerships in your sector – what works and what doesn’t
- What are the knowledge, skills and support gaps that produce barriers to successful partnerships
- How can a creative industries hub operate to help overcome those barriers.
We are seeking attendees who can bring a range of experiences and expertise.
The AHRC SEED project aims to establish a pioneering UK-China Creative Industries Research and Innovation Hub. Led by Professor Hua Dong from Brunel University London and supported by eight working group leaders from both the UK and China, the project seeks to strengthen existing partnerships and cultivate new research and innovation collaborations between the UK and China (www.creativeindustrieshub.com)
Please also get in touch If you cannot attend this session but are interested to find out other ways to contribute. There is also a research survey
WHAT THE GLASS-HOUSE WILL BE DOING
Sophia and an Open University colleague will talk about the strategic partnership between The Glass-House and the Design Group at The Open University, which has seen us work together on a range of action research projects, workshops and events, developing practical support and working with communities across the UK. We’ll reflect on what has made the partnership so successful, and what we see as the conditions for successful partnerships between academia, practice and community-based groups and organisations.
Please contact Isobel.email@example.com to confirm your attendance.