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Perspectives on creative research and collaboration

Perspectives on creative research and collaboration
Perspectives on creative research and collaboration
Present a range of current research projects, setting the context for a discussion of creative research partnerships in the UK and Australia.

Connecting Culture: a two-year project supported by a £75,000 grant from Arts Council England and involving a large consortium of arts organisations and child-focused services, to catalyse a new future in the arts. The aim is to enable young people to produce a Young People’s Manifesto and Map to be adopted by ‘Child-Friendly Southampton’ and create a sustained programme that reflects their needs.

Remembering the Creative City: This work explores ways in which the creative city is constructed. Empirically this involves examining how versions of “best practice” and “the creative city” are remembered, exalted, overlooked or forgotten, in a range for venues and formats, including committees, meetings, promotional materials and campaigns, conferences, publications, and reports.

Participatory place, heritage and future; The role of creative entrepreneurs in culture-led regeneration: Since a high point of interest in the mid-2000s, culture-led urban regeneration has been the sustained focus of industry, policy, academic and activist analysis. This work focuses on the role of entrepreneurs in culture-led urban regeneration and the transformation of industrial sites. it explores local creative industries activities in culture-led urban regeneration.
Ashton, Daniel
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Ashton, Daniel
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Ashton, Daniel (2020) Perspectives on creative research and collaboration. Flinders University College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences seminar series: Dr Dan Ashton: Perspectives on creative research and collaboration, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.

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Abstract

Present a range of current research projects, setting the context for a discussion of creative research partnerships in the UK and Australia.

Connecting Culture: a two-year project supported by a £75,000 grant from Arts Council England and involving a large consortium of arts organisations and child-focused services, to catalyse a new future in the arts. The aim is to enable young people to produce a Young People’s Manifesto and Map to be adopted by ‘Child-Friendly Southampton’ and create a sustained programme that reflects their needs.

Remembering the Creative City: This work explores ways in which the creative city is constructed. Empirically this involves examining how versions of “best practice” and “the creative city” are remembered, exalted, overlooked or forgotten, in a range for venues and formats, including committees, meetings, promotional materials and campaigns, conferences, publications, and reports.

Participatory place, heritage and future; The role of creative entrepreneurs in culture-led regeneration: Since a high point of interest in the mid-2000s, culture-led urban regeneration has been the sustained focus of industry, policy, academic and activist analysis. This work focuses on the role of entrepreneurs in culture-led urban regeneration and the transformation of industrial sites. it explores local creative industries activities in culture-led urban regeneration.

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Published date: 2020
Venue - Dates: Flinders University College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences seminar series: Dr Dan Ashton: Perspectives on creative research and collaboration, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, 2020-02-03

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Local EPrints ID: 439577
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/439577
PURE UUID: 92d702e5-c5ba-4cff-be12-b14b750957fc
ORCID for Daniel Ashton: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-3120-1783

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Date deposited: 27 Apr 2020 16:31
Last modified: 13 Dec 2021 03:15

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