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Events

Our events programme includes workshops and webinars with opportunities to shape our research, hear about research findings and discuss questions of cultural value.

Rhubarb Festival 2020, Wakefield Council. Photo: Stephen Garnett

Our events

We are developing our events programme for 2021 and will add them here soon.

You can view our past events below. Watch recordings of our ‘What value culture festival?’ here.

Events calendar

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Collaborate – a chance to find out more

5 October 2021
Interested in applying for Collaborate? Join us to find out more about our new fund to support new research collaborations.
Graphic is an orange rectangle with a large blue circle. In the circle text reads "Collaborate- a chance to find out more. 12 October,. 14:00-15:30" There's a smaller blue circle with the Centre for Cultural Value logo on it. In the bottom right there's a sketch style line drawing of two people sitting in chairs talking. Beneath that is a line of text which is a hashtag "ValuingCulture"
 

Collaborate – a chance to find out more

12 October 2021
Interested in applying for Collaborate? Join us to find out more about this new fund to support the development of collaborative research.
Collaborate - a chance to find out more
 

Collaborate – a chance to find out more

12 October 2021
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.
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Covid 19: Changing Culture?

17 November 2021
A two day online conference sharing and discussing insights from our national Covid-19 research programme.

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