ICCE members are currently engaged in academic research, which is often informed by activities in teaching, knowledge exchange and consultancy.
For information on the ICCE Research Strategy - Research
Topics include; Arts management, Consumption, Creative and cultural entrepreneurship, Creative industries, Cultural Diplomacy, Cultural economy, Cultural policy, Cultural tourism, Fashion, Intellectual property rights, Pedagogy, Social and cultural theory, Social Enterprise, Technology and data-driven social innovation and new business models.
Dr Cecilia Dinardi
In East London there are multiple manifestations of this activity – much of it under threat. This said new initiatives like the Mayor of London’s Creative Enterprise Zone have the potential to ameliorate some of the pressure already inherent in the creative and cultural sector but made even more so by certain market forces. Globally many cities face similar problems – how to best support creative and cultural production as a mechanism of regional growth and renewal.
The full article Creative Hubs and Urban Policy: A Symposium and a Book Launch on Creative Work and the City is available on ICCE's Blog.
Dr Oonagh Murphy
As part of the summit, Dr Murphy introduced her current research on Museums, AI and Ethics and launched the website for the Museums + AI Network. A partnership between Goldsmiths, The National Gallery, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History and Pratt Institute. The Network is funded through an AHRC Network Grant.
Dr Oonagh Murphy's AHRC funded research Museums and Artificial Intelligence Network is a collaboration with Dr Elena Villaespesa, Pratt Institute, New York to examine the potential impact of AI on Museum practice.
Dr Michael Franklin
The third aim was to scrutinise current technology-based initiatives and ask whether they have the potential to boost indie film sector sustainability by enabling the development of new business models.
Michael Franklin’s research, to which many industry practitioners contributed by generously offering interviews, is ground-breaking. The research has been supported by a major donation from the Patrick McKenna Charitable Trust and partly by ICCE at Goldsmiths, University of London.
You can read Dr Franklin's Examining the Understanding and Management of Risk in the Film Industry here.
Dr Tomoko Tamari
Professor Mike Featherstone
London, Rio, Tokyo Olympics Symposium will explore the changes accompanying the 2012 London Olympics, the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and the preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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