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The National Centre for Academic and Cultural Exchange (NCACE) is a project led by The Culture Capital Exchange (TCCE) and supported by Research England. The key purpose of NCACE is to facilitate and support capacity for Knowledge Exchange between Higher Education and the arts and cultural sector across the country with a particular focus on evidencing and showcasing the social, cultural, environmental, as well as the economic, impacts of such activities. NCACE is delivered in collaboration with our regional hub partners: Bath Spa University, Birmingham City University, Manchester Metropolitan University and Northumbria University.

This virtual session provides an informal opportunity to find out more about NCACE and our upcoming activities, with the opportunity to meet the NCACE team and learn about our four interconnected areas of work:

  • Brokerage, Collaboration Support and Networking
  • Skills and Capacity Development
  • Evidencing and Impact Development
  • Showcasing and Communication

This Autumn, we are sourcing case studies of knowledge exchange collaborations between universities and the arts and cultural sector. These case studies will showcase the nature, drivers and impacts (social, cultural, environmental or economic) of such collaborative work, and will be featured on our website to be accessed as part of our NCACE Evidence Hub. The Getting Involved event will provide more information on what to do if you have an example of a collaboration that you believe to be a useful model of good practice for the wider NCACE community.

The NCACE Blog platform is generating a powerful community of writing about collaborations between HEIs and the arts, and closely related subject areas. With a number of blogs on our website ranging from: David Sweeney discusses the start of a step change in arts and cultural Knowledge Exchange, Clayton Shaw’s insight to what makes an essential STEAM collaboration and our recent post by Professor Bambo Soyinka who proposes the use of storytelling as a collaborative language for cultural exchange. We welcome contributions to our blog and hope to hear from you about your collaborative projects.

This session is for individuals who are working within the Higher Education and Arts/Cultural sectors, aimed at (but not limited to) those working in the Knowledge Exchange environment. We invite researchers, KE professionals, other HE personnel, artists/practitioners and those working in the cultural sector to join us.

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