Dawn is a self-employed researcher, project manager and evaluator working primarily in the creative arts and cultural sectors. As one half of Armstrong Cameron, Dawn has worked on a range of projects in the arts, cultural and third sectors over many years with a particular interest in working on projects which focus on socially engaged practice, issues of equality and social justice.
Dawn has attained Masters of Arts degrees in Social and Public Policy and in Creative Writing and combines those areas of artistic and academic interest in her self-employed assignments. She is interested in working on projects which seek to deliver social and cultural change and which enable individuals to engage in creative practice.
Over the past 16 years Dawn has been engaged by clients to carry out several research and evaluation assignments, mainly in the areas of the arts, cultural policy and heritage. She has a particular interest in storytelling approaches and in interrogating the ways in which notions of co-production are operationalised in project delivery.
For more details on Armstrong Cameron, visit www.armstrongcameron.com
Dawn will be contributing to Workshop 1.