FULLY BOOKED Collaborate – a chance to find out more
A recording of this event is now available.
Interested in applying for Collaborate?
Join us to find out more about this new fund to support the development of collaborative research projects between the cultural sector and academic researchers. Successful projects will contribute to deeper understanding of the differences culture makes to people’s lives and to the range of research methodologies used to explore cultural value.
This event will provide more information about the fund, as well as help you to think about the research project you might like to explore. We will also guide you through the application process, before expressions of interest open on 18 October.
We are running the same event at two times on the 12 October. To book on to the morning session click here.
Who’s the event for?
You will be an individual practitioner or part of a cultural sector organisation within the UK. The workshops isn’t suitable for academic and commercial researchers, students or international guests.
At the event, you will:
- Hear more about what the Collaborate fund is
- Find out how to apply and what the application process and timescales are
- Have the opportunity to ask questions, think about your ideas for your research project and share thoughts with other practitioners
- Leave with the insights you need to submit the best possible Expression of Interest
Take a look at our Collaborate pages before you arrive.
What are the benefits of taking part in Collaborate?
Collaborate will give cultural sector practitioners the opportunity to explore and more deeply understand your practice and to communicate the cultural value of your work more effectively. Working in partnership with academic researchers can also help to open up new ways of thinking, develop innovative ideas and practice and build new networks.
We want to make the event a positive experience for all participants. If you have access needs please let us know in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org
Live transcription by a palantypist (speech to text reporter) is provided for this session. Transcription will be available on Zoom captions, and on StreamText.net.
The session takes place on Zoom. Read Zoom’s accessibility FAQ’s here.
Liz makes sure the Centre runs effectively, providing project management expertise to make sure we’re achieving our objectives. As well as managing the Centre’s activities Liz oversees our Collaborate funding programme.
Liz has worked as a senior project manager for the University of Leeds for six years, most recently as part of the University’s Cultural Institute where she was Evaluation Manager for the National Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Programme. Prior to this she worked in the civil service implementing a national sector skills development strategy, and managed arts development projects for local authorities and national charities.