15:30 - 16:30, Friday 29th April 2016
Council Room - Level 2, King's College London
This session is part of the Creativeworks London Festival. A full list of CWL Festival sessions can be found here.
Mutual Benefits: Residencies, Universities and the Cultural and Creative Sector
What types of knowledge gets generated through residencies, how does it take place, what are the outcomes and benefits, both for the hosting organisations and the person undertaking the residency? These are the kinds of questions that will be explored and discussed in a panel discussion on Creativeworks London's two residencies schemes: Creative Entrepreneur-in-Residence and Researcher-in-Residence. It will bring together and showcase some of our researchers, creatives and arts organisations that we have supported through the programme.
Chair: Peter Mitchell, University of Sussex
Sorrel Hershberg, The Sorrell Foundation
Benjamin Poore, Queen Mary University of London
Cyril Shing, Chelsea College of Arts, University of Arts London
Paula Graham, Fossbox
Session Organiser: Evelyn Wilson, Creativeworks London