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NCACE Evidence Café 4: Evidence from KEF Narratives

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Evidence from KEF Narratives: NCACE Primary Research on HEIs’ engagement with the arts and culture sector

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NCACE Evidence Café is an online space to bring together people from Higher Education and the arts and cultural sectors who are interested in research and evidence issues concerning the scale, extent, nature, drivers of knowledge exchange collaborations between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and the arts and cultural sector. We also use the sessions to host discussions on NCACE key thematic areas including: Placemaking and Levelling Up, Health and Wellbeing, Climate Emergency and Technology for Social Good.

In this particular Evidence Cafe, we will be hearing from Dr. Federica Rossi (NCACE Evidence and Impacts Co-Investigator, and Birkbeck, University of London) and Dr. Valentina Rizzoli (University of Rome) who will be discussing their recent in-depth analysis of the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) 2021 submissions.

Their analysis involved an automated text analysis of the 117 KEF narratives in order to identify significant topics relating to engagement with the arts and culture sector.

The session will also cover the findings drawn from the qualitative analysis of twenty KEF narratives, providing further information on the structures, practices and processes developed by HEIs in order to engage with the arts and culture sector. This Café will complement our report on this topic which will be published this Autumn.

The Evidence Café is co-hosted by Evelyn Wilson (Co-Director, NCACE) and Emily Hopkins (Senior Manager, NCACE).

NCACE is a four year 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. It runs from 2020 to 2024.

Image: © Bill Leslie, Leap then Look: An NCACE micro-commission 2020.

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