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NCACE is delighted to present The Power of Collaborative Action: People, Place and Planet

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Funded by Research England, NCACE was recently established 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.

The Power of Collaborative Action is our annual workshop devoted to supporting and showcasing great examples of collaboration between Higher Education and the arts and cultural sectors. This year’s event will focus on People, Place and Planet and through it we will consider how knowledge exchange and working in partnership fosters connections, creativity and innovation across a myriad of important and often interconnecting themes including: Place-making and Levelling up, Climate Emergency and Health and Wellbeing.

Offering reflections from key thinkers, practitioners and policy makers and showcasing diverse models of excellent and impactful knowledge exchange, The Power of Collaborative Action: People, Place and Planet will be of interest to all those who are invested in the potential of knowledge exchange between the academy and the arts and cultural sector. It will also be instructive for those who are interested in such activity and wish to find out more.

We are delighted to be joined by: Professor Geoffrey Crossick (Distinguished Professor of Humanities, School of Advanced Study, University of London), Claire Malcolm (Chief Executive, New Writing North), Professor Katy Shaw (Northumbria University and AHRC's Programme Director, Creative Communities), Professor Christopher Smith (Executive Chair, AHRC), David Sweeney (Executive Chair, Research England), Amanda Parker (Chief Executive, INC Arts). We will be announcing more contributors in coming weeks.

Call for contributors: If you are involved in the development of a collaborative initiative that includes both a Higher Education and an arts and culture sector partner, and you would like to present your work, we would like to hear from you. Please send a 100 word synopsis of your project, its key partners and the impacts it is having to Noshin Sultan (noshin@tcce.co.uk) by 5pm 31st January 2022.

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