An opportunity for organisations invested in public engagement around estates and practice researchers in Arts and Humanities to share perspectives.
Practice researchers in Arts and Humanities are invited to a workshop with delegates of National Trust, Forestry Commission, Canal and Rivers Trust and colleagues from the Civic Engagement and Public Engagement teams at Goldsmiths.
The workshop provides an opportunity for organisations invested in public engagement around estates and practice researchers in Arts and Humanities to come together, to present and discuss interests, approaches and ambitions. The session will take an inventive and open approach, with an ambition to foster intellectual excitement and creative possibility, while also considering concrete constraints and opportunities.
This workshop aims to:
-Develop a shared understanding of stewardship sector research landscape and the approaches and innovations of practice research
-Provide models of how practice research might respond to themes including wellbeing and place-shaping, and the future research directions of stewardship organisations.
-Understand how to support knowledge exchange and collaboration through interdisciplinary, practice research undertaken by HEIs and public bodies.
-Identify and scope contexts for activity and shared programmes of work, including short term projects and medium-term funding.
Dates & times
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|16 Sep 2019||1:00pm - 5:00pm|
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