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Partners Decoda and City Arcadia
Emma Meehan (PI), Rebecca Stancliffe (impact) and Lily Hayward Smith (admin and marketing).
The aims of the research include:
Pathways to Impact included an artist’s retreat, which was free to attend, to reach out to communities who might not otherwise have access to the research, including the professional dance and theatre community. The retreat shared the research ideas in practical formats, to make the research freely available to a wider community and expand industry applications. There was also a final day practice-based sharing the work with a public audience. Reflections have been gathered from professional practitioners and audience members, to document if/how the research has transformed creative practice and perspectives on the city. Partners Decoda and City Arcadia also engaged with the project by discussing the work of other professional artists who have worked in the city of Coventry, to create continuity between past and present arts projects in the city. I have documented the research process through collecting writings, photographs, video and other media, to be shared on the website and social media.
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This project investigates the various ways in which artists document reflections and experiences of working within an artist venue.
This AHRC-funded project provided public access, via one web platform, to several distinct dance collections from the NRCD.
The Civic Epistemologies project is about the participation of citizens in research on cultural heritage and humanities.
RICHES is a research project about the change that digital technologies are bringing to our society, culture and heritage.
A study into creativity in contemporary dance.