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NCACE Evidence Café 3

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NCACE Evidence Café 3: Evidence Hub Launch

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NCACE is a new initiative led by TCCE and funded by Research England to facilitate and support capacity for Knowledge Exchange between Higher Education and the arts and cultural sector across the UK, with a particular focus on evidencing and showcasing the social, cultural, environmental, as well as economic, impacts of such activities.

Our NCACE Evidence Café sessions have been held bi-monthly since March 2021, acting as an online space to bring together people from both HE and the arts and cultural sectors who are interested in or working on these themes and who would like to potentially contribute their knowledge and experience to the evolution of the NCACE Evidence Hub. The Café is a space for presentations, evidence and information sharing, story-telling as well as a community of sharing and takeovers where your contribution and participation can feed into the evolution of NCACE’s Evidence Hub. Each session has a loose theme and we invite those of you who would like to contribute to get in touch with us.

Over the course of NCACE, our online Evidence Hub will be used to bring together resources which help us to better document the scale, extent, nature, drivers of knowledge exchange collaborations between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and the arts and cultural sector. For our third Evidence Café, we will be celebrating the launch of our Evidence Hub by highlighting two pieces of research which we have recently published.

We warmly invite you to this third Café session to join us for the launch of the NCACE Evidence Hub. We will be discussing two key pieces of work emerging from the Centre. Firstly, Dr. Sarah Sigal will discuss her in-depth literature review of over 100 academic and non-academic sources concerned with collaborations, partnerships and knowledge exchange initiatives between higher education and the arts and cultural sectors.

Evelyn Wilson (Co-Director, NCACE) and Emily Hopkins (Senior Manager, NCACE) will then discuss findings from the recently published report, ‘NCACE: Collaborations with Higher Education’. The report examines survey data from March 2021, which captured perspectives on KE collaborations from within the arts and cultural sector. The session hopes to highlight how our Evidence Hub will be developed to provide evidence and understandings of KE and show how the evidence collected will address gaps in the current KE knowledge base.

The Evidence Café will be co-hosted by Evelyn Wilson and Emily Hopkins. Bring your tea, your notebook and as many ideas as you want.

Image copyright Bill Leslie, Leap then Look (2020).

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